Airplane dropping fire suppressant over wildfireCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom recently announced a $15 billion package to address various climate-related impacts on the state. The legislation includes funding to build wildfire resilience, provide immediate drought support and long-term water resilience. Newson also noted the “California Comeback Plan” aids the state’s hardest-hit communities from rising sea levels. Also allocated within the plan is $1.1 billion for climate-smart agriculture practices including soil health restoration, livestock methane emission reduction and conservation management plans. The investment marks the largest funding allocation in California history. Read more on the Governor’s announcement here.