“Traffic impacts are a massive problem in California and throughout the world,” said Fraser Shilling, director of the UC Davis Road Ecology Center. “Adequate roadside fencing would reduce wildlife being hit by vehicles.”
Former California Air Resources Board member Daniel Sperling attributes the state’s growing impact to its legislative majorities, legal resources, and policy expertise.
“California was a lab experiment, now it’s a leader,” former California Air Resources Board member Daniel Sperling told CNN. “Others are following, as opposed to it being a one-off.”