CCI Funded Programs
Appropriations & Funded Programs
Proceeds from the Cap-and-Trade Program support a wide range of programs and projects that reduce greenhouse gas emission and deliver major economic, environmental and public health benefits for Californians, including meaningful benefits to the most disadvantaged communities, low-income communities, and low-income households.
The Legislature and Governor appropriate money from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) to State agencies through the Budget process. CARB has created printable summary tables of GGRF appropriations made to programs and State agencies.
The tables below contain information on agencies that have received GGRF appropriations.
Transportation and Sustainable Communities Funding
Funding To Date ($M)1
|California Air Resources Board||Community Air Protection Program||$557|
|Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions (FARMER) Program
|Low Carbon Transportation||$1,725|
|California Department of Transportation||Active Transportation Program (ATP)||$10|
|Low Carbon Transit Operations Program (LCTOP)2||$302|
|California High-Speed Rail Authority||High-Speed Rail Project (HSR)2||$1,6383|
|California State Transportation Agency||Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP)2||$715|
|Strategic Growth Council||Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities|
|Climate Change Research Program||$29|
|Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation Program (SALC) ||$73|
|Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) ||$190|
Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Funding
Funding To Date ($M)1
|California Air Resources Board||Woodsmoke Reduction Program||$8|
|California Department of Community Services and Development||Low-Income Weatherization Program (LIWP)||$202|
|California Department of Food and Agriculture||Alternative and Renewable Fuels Program||$3|
|State Water Efficiency and Enhancement Program (SWEEP) ||$66|
|California Department of Water Resources||State Water Project Turbines||$20|
|Water and Energy Use Efficiency Program ||$50|
|California Energy Commission||Food Production Investment Program||$124|
|Renewable Energy for Agriculture Program||$10|
|Transportation Technology and Fuels||$13|
Natural Resources and Waste Diversion Funding
Funding to Date($M)1
|California Conservation Corps|
Training and Workforce Development Program
|California Department of Fish and Wildlife||Wetlands and Watershed Restoration||$47|
|California Department of Food and Agriculture||Dairy Digesters and Manure Management||$260|
|Healthy Soils Program||$13|
|California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection||Forest Health Program and Urban Community Forestry Program||$467|
|California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery||Waste Diversion||$137|
|California Natural Resources Agency||Urban Greening Program||$126|
|Regional Forest Health||$20|
|California State Coastal Conservancy||Climate Ready Program and Adaptation||$7|
|California Wildlife Conservation Board||Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Program||$20|
|Governor's Office of Emergency Services||Wildfire Response and Readiness
|San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission||Climate Adaptation and Planning||$1|
- 1.a.b.c. "Funding to Date" figures represent appropriations through Fiscal Year 2018-2019 and have been rounded to the nearest million dollars. Appropriations from previous fiscal years may be retroactively adjusted to account for Budget Control Sections or for special legislation (e.g., Trailer Bills). The reported cumulative appropriations were estimated based on published budgets, legislation, and quarterly auction results and may not reflect current budgetary authority items.
- 2.a.b.c.d. Beginning in Fiscal Year 2015-16, these programs receive continuous appropriations from the Cap-and-Trade auctions, based on the percentages identified in statute. The actual dollar amounts are not known until after the quarterly auctions close.
- 3. In addition to this figure, Senate Bill 862, 2014, states that $400 million shall be available to CHSRA beginning in Fiscal Year 2015-16, as repayment of a loan to the General Fund. This money shall be repaid as necessary, based on the financial needs of the High-Speed Rail project.