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A Child of the Rust Belt

Expert BlogDavid B. Goldstein
As a child growing up in the rust belt, I saw how attempts by polluting industries to ward off environmental regulation hastened the loss of jobs and led to the rust belt's rusting. Regulation would have promoted innovation, and likely…

Continuing Progress Toward a Cleaner, More Equitable Economy

Expert BlogYerina Mugica
As we look forward into 2017, there is much that we do not know about what will unfold under the new U.S. administration, but here is what we do know: Cities, states, leading businesses and individuals will continue to drive…

The Hard Work of Industrial Decarbonization Begins Now

Expert BlogUnited StatesSasha Stashwick
This year marked an inflection point in tackling the challenge of industrial decarbonization, with policymakers at multiple levels finally moving to adopt the policies we need.

Top 3 Take-Aways on Electric Vehicles from COP-26

Expert BlogSimon Mui
Some of the biggest announcements were made last week at the COP-26 in Glasgow on “Transport Day.” The focus: zeroing out pollution from some of the world’s dirtiest and climate-busting sources including cars, trucks, ships, 2- and 3-wheelers, and planes…

Clean Trucks Are More Important Than Ever

Expert BlogPatricio Portillo
There is renewed resolve for essential environmental protections to help us emerge from the COVID-19 crisis a more resilient society that grows jobs, safeguards public health, and protects our climate and the air we breathe.

Utility Regulators Help Michigan’s Auto Industry Electrify

Expert BlogMax Baumhefner
With mass-market electric vehicles (EVs) like the Chevrolet Bolt EV and the Tesla Model 3 under production, the auto industry is faced with a challenge and an opportunity to collaborate with another big player—the electric industry.