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

Expert BlogUnited States, InternationalDr. Simon 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.

California Develops Proposal to Achieve Clean Vehicle Future

Expert BlogDr. Simon Mui
California, a global leader in electric vehicle deployment and policy innovation, presented plans today for the next round of its Advanced Clean Cars program. It will require all new vehicles to be electric-drive by 2035. Consistent with the state’s overall…

Will California Lead on Pollution-Free Construction?

Expert BlogPierre Delforge
California's 2022 CEC state building code update should unleash a cleaner, cheaper, and faster way to build homes, helping to mitigate the climate crisis and alleviate our state’s housing affordability challenges.

Charged Up About Electric Vehicles

Expert BlogLuke Tonachel
States, cities and business are taking up the mantel of leadership in advancing a clean transportation future as the Trump administration fails the American public’s need to act on climate. These state and main street advancements are a welcome counterpoint…

More Proof of the Amazing Impact of Energy Efficiency

Expert BlogLara Ettenson
Energy efficiency – the quickest way to cut energy waste in our homes, workplaces, and vehicles – spans so many facets of daily life that it's easy to take it for granted. In fact, a new sweeping, data-driven report (Energy…

Paris Pullout Won't Derail State & Local Climate Progress

Expert BlogKit Kennedy
Today the Trump administration began the legal process for withdrawing from the historic Paris Climate Agreement, but Trump cannot disrupt the striking momentum seen in states and cities across the country.

CA Finds Widespread Risk from Pesticide Toxic to Kids

Expert BlogMiriam Rotkin-Ellman
Today, California’s Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) added to the growing body of science raising the alarm about the dangers of the pesticide chlorpyrifos and took one step closer to getting it out of the state’s fields and orchards.