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If all ride-hailing cars were EVs, would cities be greener?

Researchers conducted life-cycle comparisons based on actual rideshare data to find out. The short answer: the benefit is pretty small.
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Gen Z isn’t interested in driving. Will that last?

Members of Generation Z are getting their driver’s licenses at lower rates than their predecessors. The question — for American drivers and for the planet — is whether that trend will last.
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Newsom opposes EV ballot measure to tax millionaires

California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who is spearheading efforts to ban new gasoline cars in his state, came out swinging against a ballot measure that would tax rich residents to help fund electric vehicle purchases.

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Electric bikes are helping reduce Kenya's carbon emissions

In 2019 alone, air pollution caused around 5,000 premature deaths in Kenya, and investing in e-motorcycles has become a solution to saving lives.

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Can Uber be useful and do us good?

New research suggests that ride services in India might cut pollution. We haven’t seen this in the U.S.
Top companies are undermining their climate pledges with political donations, report says

Top companies are undermining their climate pledges with political donations, report says

Some of the nation's best-known corporations are undermining their promises to slash emissions by donating significant sums to elect Republican attorneys general, who have emerged as frequent courtroom foes of climate policies and regulations.
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Colorado's now-$5.4 billion transportation bill, broken down

A nearly $5.4 billion transportation bill under consideration in the Colorado legislature would tackle several big-ticket items at the same time — fixing and expanding highways, boosting transit and other alternatives to driving, and rapidly expanding the use of electric vehicles.