Source: Atlas Public Policy More than a year after the first lockdowns were implemented, the United States is beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel in the COVID-19 pandemic. Although cases are still dangerously high in many parts of the country, more than a quarter of the U.S. population has received at [...]
Officials from participating jurisdictions will provide updates on implementation of the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program (TCI-P) to cap greenhouse gas pollution from transportation. Speakers will share proposed plans for public engagement and other efforts to ensure equitable outcomes for underserved and overburdened communities; and will present details of a draft “Model Rule” for [...]
United States Climate Alliance governors will discuss the progress of U.S. states on climate action over the past four years and their commitment going forward on September 23rd during Climate Week NYC 2020.
Join Energy Innovation and House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis staff on a webinar to discuss the recent Select Committee’s climate plan conclusions along with EI’s modeling and methodology. This webinar will examine which policies drive economy-wide decarbonization, and how advocates can integrate this information into their work.
Source: Inside Climate News By Nick Nigro Climate change, software, and urbanization are the three primary drivers of change in mobility today and will continue to push on existing structures throughout the 2020s. Progress on transportation electrification is inextricably linked to each of these factors. To date, policymakers, especially those in Washington, [...]
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs and Department of Transportation are hosting a series of four (4) listening sessions on the challenge of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector. The Commonwealth is working to identify the best state and regional strategies aimed at: reducing transportation sector emissions; increasing deployment [...]