"As I ask everybody to come up and we update our 2016 Pacific Coast Collaborative Agreement, and that is collaboration, inspiration."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Premier John Horgan, British Columbia:
"The advantage we have is for jurisdictions that have a common view on the world. We have the Pacific Ocean at our backs and we have the mountains in our front and opportunity wherever we look. But we can't just focus on the opportunity. We have to focus on those that may well be left behind as we all move forward."
6. Newsom, Brown, Inslee and Horgan walking to news conference
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Gov. Kate Brown (D) Oregon:
"We will certainly be learning from our counterparts and the joy of working with folks at the local level, whether it's a city, province, state, is that we have the ability to be innovative and creative. We can pilot projects, we can move rapidly and we can make change fast."
7. Brown speaking to audience and media
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Gov. Jay Inslee (D) Washington:
"We have a history of leadership, technological and cultural. We have a recognition that this is the number one economic development program that has been spectacularly successful. Look, the number one economies in the country are represented right here."
The leaders of California, California, Oregon, Washington state and British Columbia on Thursday signed a new agreement to work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and British Columbia Premier John Horgan signed the Pacific Coast Collaborative Statement of Cooperation at the Presidio Tunnel Tops park in San Francisco.
The agreement, an update of a 2016 climate partnership, will promote collaboration on moving toward a low-carbon economy with investments in electrical vehicle charging stations, renewable energy and other infrastructure.
At the signing ceremony, the four leaders talked about how climate change has led to catastrophic wildfires, poor air quality and droughts in their regions.
They said moving toward a clean energy future won't just help the environment, but lead to stronger economies.
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