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- The big empty space.
- Forecasts, schmorecasts. People shape the future.
- Who are you calling anti-science?
- New Report: 50 Steps Toward Carbon-Free Transportation.
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- Fast Forward: Driving smart local decision-making on innovative transportation.
- New report: Dangerous and Close.
- How California can build a more inclusive democracy by preregistering youth.
- The local benefits of climate action.
- Bringing budget transparency to New Jersey cities.
- Autonomous vehicles: The right tool for the job?
- Denver's population boom demands innovative policies.
- What new census data tells us about transportation in Massachusetts.
- Earthquakes in Oklahoma: Another risk of fracking.
- Life in the land of (low) opportunity.
- Amtrak loan backlash: Old myths die hard.
Transportation is now America’s leading source of the carbon pollution that is causing global warming. That’s no accident: U.S. transportation policies have long encouraged travel in fossil fuel-powered personal cars. 50 Steps toward Carbon-Free Transportation proposes a series of principles and steps for aligning transportation policy with the nation’s climate goals – encouraging federal and state governments to set goals for emission reductions, incentivize low-carbon travel, cleanup dirty vehicles, support low-carbon communities and bolster innovation.
More American households and businesses are “going solar” every year. Shining Rewards: The Value of Rooftop Solar Power for Consumers and Society finds that by doing so, they’re not only reducing carbon emissions, they are also delivering valuable benefits to their fellow electric ratepayers.