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Electric Fleets for Arizona

Electric vehicles

Electric Fleets for Arizona

Cities and towns in Arizona spend millions of dollars each year to purchase, fuel and maintain a wide variety of fleet vehicles – sedans, pickup trucks, emergency vehicles, passenger vans, road maintenance vehicles and many more. Nearly all those vehicles are powered by gasoline or diesel fuel, which are costly and contribute to Arizona’s air pollution. Electric vehicles (EVs) can save money for cities and towns because they are cheaper to fuel and to maintain. A rarity just a decade ago, electric vehicles are becoming increasingly affordable and capable, and with automakers introducing new models every year, EVs are becoming a viable option for many of the tasks municipal vehicles are required to perform.

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Clean Water for the Three Rivers

Clean water

Clean Water for the Three Rivers

Building green infrastructure and protecting forests can reduce the amount of stormwater that overwhelms Allegheny County's sewage system and pollutes the region’s waterways.

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Wasting our Waterways
This Dow Chemical facility in Freeport, TX released toxic substances to a local waterway in 2020.

Clean water

Wasting our Waterways

Polluters poured nearly 200 million pounds of toxic substances into U.S. waterways in 2020. We must strengthen Clean Water Act protections and reduce toxics use.

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Highway Boondoggles

Highways & infrastructure

Highway Boondoggles

Year after year, state and local governments propose billions of dollars’ worth of new and expanded highways that often do little to reduce congestion or address real transportation challenges, while diverting scarce funding from infrastructure repairs and key transportation priorities.

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Methane Gas Leaks

Global warming solutions

Methane Gas Leaks

Methane gas - often known as natural gas - has been heating American homes for more than a century, and for over a century it has been prone to leaks that put public health, safety and the environment at risk. Federal data shows that a serious gas pipeline incident occurs somewhere in the U.S. every 40 hours on average. With electric alternatives to gas heating and appliances now available, it's clear that gas has no place in a modern clean energy system.

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The Auto Lemon Index

Consumer alerts

The Auto Lemon Index

For 40 years, California’s landmark auto Lemon Law has offered protection and legal recourse to consumers who purchase seriously defective vehicles. While only a small share of defective vehicles ever end up in court, manufacturers vary widely in the frequency with which their vehicles are the subject of Lemon Law cases.

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Shining Cities 2022
The Boston skyline is visible over the largest solar installation in Boston, located on a warehouse in the Seaport district.

Solar power

Shining Cities 2022

America’s cities are rapidly expanding their solar power installations, helping move the country towards 100% renewable energy. Our survey of solar energy in cities shows that with supportive policies, every American city can become a “Solar Superstar.”

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Clean Energy Pathways for Texas

Clean energy

Clean Energy Pathways for Texas

Texas cities and counties are setting ambitious climate goals and working to transition away from fossil fuels. What role can renewable energy credits (RECs) play, and what other tools can local governments use in leading the effort to build a cleaner, better energy system?

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Electric School Buses and the Grid
An electric school bus with a plugged-in charging cable

Electric vehicles

Electric School Buses and the Grid

Electric school buses have established themselves as a clean, reliable, cost-effective alternative to their diesel-powered predecessors. As well as improving our children’s health and reducing air and noise pollution in our communities, however, when equipped with vehicle-to-grid technology, electric school buses can become a critical source of battery storage to provide stability, capacity and emergency power to the grid, and have the potential to play a key role in the transition to a renewable energy grid.

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Shifting Gears

Highways & infrastructure

Shifting Gears

The U.S. system of transportation finance, designed a century ago with the sole purpose of funding the construction of the nation’s highways, is today a major obstacle to a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable transportation system. Addressing the challenges of the 21st century will require a new paradigm for transportation finance – one that charges transportation taxes and fees that reflect the full costs of our transportation choices, and prioritizes projects that deliver the greatest societal benefits.

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