Strong science is at the foundation of California’s air quality and climate programs. The California Air Resources Board sponsors a comprehensive research program that investigates air pollution’s causes, effects and solutions. The findings of this research support all the regulations on cars, trucks, fuels, power plants, and other pollution sources. The research, which results in five additional dollars for each dollar CARB invests, is done under the guidance of CARB’s Research Screening Committee and in partnership with the campuses of the University of California system and other research institutions.
Accepting research concepts and comments for fiscal year 2023-2024
CARB is now collecting comments and concepts from the public to guide Research Program priorities for funding year 2023-2024. Please visit the comment portal landing page for more information, an informational video and links to various resources. Submit your comment and/or concept using our survey. To be considered for funding year 2023-2024, comments and concepts must be received by June 15, 2022.
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