California should provide incentives for growing businesses that subsidize or create affordable housing within a 30-minute commuting area of new office and retail developments.

California should provide housing assistance (such as a state income tax credit or down payment assistance) to those who have student debt and are under the age of 35.

California should break up the 3 large electric companies in California to allow communities to choose locally-owned and locally-controlled utilities.

California should give indigenous communities stewardship of parts of already protected lands, such as parks and natural reserves.

California should allow timber harvesting to help pay the cost of thinning the forests to prevent wildfires.

California should build large-scale desalination plants (converting salt water to fresh water) to provide clean, reliable, and available water for residents throughout the state.

California should establish a Department of Water that combines the powers to plan for water usage and to allocate water throughout the state (powers now distributed among several state agencies).

California should convert large warehouses to indoor and vertical farming.

California should provide financial incentives for farmers to transition to drought-resistant crops.

California should charge fees based on the level of usage on highways throughout the state.