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Last month the city of Berkeley, California, banned natural gas infrastructure from new buildings. The most obvious reason for the ordinance is enough to justify...

Aug 19, 2019 Blog Post

We don’t just need more walkable cities, more efficient vehicles, zero-carbon fuels, or viable alternatives to the one-car-per-adult system. We need all of them. And...

Jul 19, 2019 Blog Post

The evidence is clear. So why the disconnect between the climate change-fighting rhetoric of political leaders and their continued love for big highway widening projects?...

Jun 21, 2019 Blog Post

The U.S. landfills and incinerates enough organic material each year to fill a line of 18-wheelers stretching from New York City to Los Angeles –...

Jun 13, 2019 Blog Post

By incorporating shared options into cities’ transportation networks, people will have more opportunities to meet their needs without driving solo in a personal car, freeing...

Apr 16, 2019 Blog Post
Five Ways California Can Improve Charging to Unleash the Power of Electric Cars

Electric vehicles are an important tool for combatting global warming, and in order for California to meet its ambitious climate goals, many more Californians will...

Apr 4, 2019 Report

Few Americans have more power to act on climate than our nation’s governors. Governors can take action by setting goals to reduce statewide emissions. They...

Mar 20, 2019 Blog Post

It’s time for imagination – both in politics and our daily lives. And for renewed faith that a future free of fossil fuels can be...

Jan 11, 2019 Blog Post

Not only are there many winnable policies to reduce carbon pollution, many of them are low-hanging fruit that are achievable right now.

Jan 10, 2019 Blog Post
12 Ways Governors Can Lead on Climate Now

New governors are getting ready to take office in 20 states, from Florida to Alaska. As America’s newly elected governors prepare to take on their...

Jan 10, 2019 Report

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