Green regulations often duplicative and burdensome

A 2010 California State Board of Food and Agriculture two-year investigation into how the state could promote better agricultural policies, made a notable criticism of California’s environmental regulation of agriculture. The report - “Strategies for Sustainability” - cited environmental and other rules as “often duplicative, conflicting, uncoordinated, inflexible, inconsistently administered or needlessly burdensome.” According to the report, state regulations sometimes even hinder the objectives they’re supposed to achieve.

This three-part video series focuses on the unsustainability of California's green regulations. For part one, go to: California’s green regulations remain unsustainable [3].

For part three, go to: California farmers face spate of environmental laws [4]

Also, to read Paul Jones' accompanying article, please see: Unsustainable: The problem with California’s green regulations [5].