The attorneys general of 17 states have asked a federal appeals court to reconsider an Environmental Protection Agency decision allowing California to set its own vehicle emission standards.
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After decades of struggle, the U.S. clean-energy business is booming, with soaring electric-car sales and fast growth in wind and solar power. That’s raising hopes for the fight against climate change.
For example, Gov. Kathy Hochul wants New York to become a green hydrogen hub and wants fuel cell microgrids — which use green hydrogen — to help it achieve this goal.
There are just 15 electric public buses on the streets of New York, out of a fleet of more than 5,900 buses. There is just a single electric police patrol car, a Tesla, and only one electric garbage truck.
The US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced new fuel economy standards for fleets. The new standards will ensure that OEMs improve vehicle miles-per-gallon, making them more efficient and reducing transportation emissions.
Another damning IPCC report insists that to reduce emissions, humanity will need more political willpower and help from nature's carbon-sequestering powers.
President Biden took steps on Thursday to try to increase domestic production of critical minerals and metals needed for advanced technologies like electric vehicles, in an attempt to reduce America’s reliance on foreign suppliers.
Moving to zero-emission vehicles and energy could help prevent up to 110,000 deaths in the United States, according to a new report.
A speedy nationwide transition to electric vehicles powered by renewable energy would save more than 100,000 American lives and $1.2tn in public health costs over the next three decades, according to a new report.
In California, Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a tax rebate to help offset the increases in the price of gas. It’s not quite figured out yet, but his economic adviser DeDe Myers says in a tweet: “You’ll have to be a California resident and you’ll have to own a car and we’ll go from there.”