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Global Warming

The very people who have the most to gain from bigger or better highways – heavy drivers – are also those with the most to...

Jul 5, 2016 Blog Post

America's cities can do far more to drive the growth of solar energy – with or without state policy support. This May, San Francisco became...

Jun 16, 2016 Blog Post

Net metering isn’t just good for solar consumers – it’s good for everyone. That’s the conclusion of a new study from the Brookings Institution, which,...

Jun 8, 2016 Blog Post
Envisioning a Transportation System without Carbon Pollution

New technologies, new tools and emerging social trends make it easier than ever before to envision how America might transform its transportation system to one...

May 24, 2016 Report

In anticipation of the release of A New Way Forward: Envisioning a Carbon-Free Transportation System , we've compiled some of our recent blogs on transportation...

May 20, 2016 Blog Post

Estimating the costs of losing the Clean Power Plan using newly released data from the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration.

May 17, 2016 Blog Post

As America seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, policy-makers need to understand that not all our cities face the same opportunities or challenges....

May 16, 2016 Blog Post

Electric vehicles, multiple flavors of “shared mobility” services, information technology apps and tools, new concepts for building “complete streets,” and other advances give policy-makers an...

May 13, 2016 Blog Post

The powerful wind blowing along and off the shores of the East Coast contains enough energy to provide more electricity than the region uses in...

May 10, 2016 Blog Post

Society's problems are not simple, but they are solvable if we follow a few basic principles.

May 9, 2016 Blog Post

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