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LOS ANGELES—Newhall Land has been in an out of court over the past 20 years trying to get its mega-development Newhall Ranch in Valencia, CA, off of the ground. The latest court decision could now affect other California developers going through the CEQA process. The decision found that the developer did not have evidence in the records to support its greenhouse emissions analysis under CEQA, which could potentially set a new president by which greenhouse gas emissions under CEQA are collected. To find out more about the CEQA greenhouse gas emissions guidelines, the court’s decision and what developers need to know, we sat down with Barbara Schussman, an attorney at Perkins Coie, for an exclusive interview.

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