Sacramento forum is one of the year’s best opportunities for green companies

In recent years, California’s role as sustainability leader has become increasingly important on both national and international levels. No state can match California’s combination of economic strength, technology innovation and public support for environmental stewardship. As part of setting the pace for green programs around the country and the world, the state aims to lead Read more about Sacramento forum is one of the year’s best opportunities for green companies[…]

Why California gets to write its own auto emissions standards: 5 questions answered

Nicholas Bryner, University of California, Los Angeles and Meredith Hankins, University of California, Los Angeles Editor’s note: On April 2, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt announced that the Trump administration plans to revise tailpipe emissions standards negotiated by the Obama administration for motor vehicles built between 2022 and 2025, saying the standards were set Read more about Why California gets to write its own auto emissions standards: 5 questions answered[…]

Electric Vehicle Infrastructure, Incentives for Schools

Since 2011, California has accounted for more than 40 percent of all plug-in electric vehicle purchases in the U.S. Whether schools are already thinking about EV infrastructure or not, the vehicle decisions being made by teachers, administrators and parents will increase the need for this to be part of their planning. A newly-added session at the Read more about Electric Vehicle Infrastructure, Incentives for Schools[…]