Cool Davis backs California Clean Cars Campaign
The Cool Davis Initiative is backing a state-wide campaign in support of improving Californian car emission standards that will help reduce air pollution, protect public health and tackle climate change. In November, 2011, the California Air Resources Board will vote on the California Car emissions standards in several categories that will apply until 2025.
The proposed new rules will ensure that :
- new cars and light trucks produce fewer emissions
- the newest, gasoline-free, advanced clean vehicle technologies—such as electric and hydrogen fuel cell cars—are brought to California
- make sure we have the infrastructure — including hydrogen for fuel cells and public charging for electric vehicles — in place to fuel new clean cars coming to California roads.
In addition to saving California consumers billions at the pump, cleaner passenger cars and light trucks can protect consumers from price spikes due to world oil market uncertainty and reduce smog, air and carbon pollution. California’s updated Clean Cars Program will also provide a working model for other states and the federal government to increase the country’s commitment to advanced clean cars. Find out more at http://www.calcleancars.org/
Cool Davis is a coalition of citizens, the City of Davis, and community organizations working to empower our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Davis Solidarity Climate Strike today 12pm-1pm: Be sure to come to 5th and B and help celebrate this week's Standing Rock legal victory. The Dakota Access company was ordered to stop the North Dakota Access pipeline! (Might be a bit late today, hang in there).
School strike week 99. The climate crisis doesn’t go on summer holiday, so we keep on protesting.
#climatestrikeonline #StayAtHome #fridaysforfuture #schoolstrike4climate #flattenthecurve
Open Air Davis launched last Friday, closing part of G Street to traffic, and allowing restaurants and stores to expand onto the sidewalk and street. Starting this Friday July 10, the program will grow to include Second Street between E and F streets.
Comings & Goings: G Street closes on weekends for dining, shopping
Open Air Davis launched Friday, closing part of G Street to traffic, and allowing restaurants and stores to expand onto the sidewalk and street. Part ...
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