Sperling to Speak on the 3 Transportation Revolutions at Davis Library
Join the Sierra Club for a potluck and presentation by Dr. Dan Sperling of UC Davis on “The 3 Transportation Revolutions and What it Means for our Future” Thursday, May 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Blanchard Room at the Yolo County Library,…
Regional report: Climate change threats, solutions for Sacramento Valley
Over the next few decades, climate change is expected to make the Sacramento region hotter, drier and increasingly prone to extremes like megadroughts, flooding and large wildfires. This is expected to strain the region’s infrastructure for water and energy transmission, agricultural systems, plants and wildlife,…
Per Capita Davis: Who’s going to pick up the tab?
We here in California have our battles over who will pay for massive infrastructure projects such as the tunnels to deliver water to Southern California and high-speed rail to move people up and down the state. Most of what was built, most of what we…
Newly Hired Transportation Strategist Tumlin to Entertain at Davis Futures Forum
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Zipcars provide affordable alternative to car ownership
By Amy Merrigan Cross posted from the Davis Enterprise Page A12 | June 08, 2016 Leslie Manceba, who works at UC Davis Transportation Services, takes the bus to work every day. But what if she needs to run a quick errand on her lunch hour?…
Eco-Heroes who Get us from Here to There
Part 2. Transportation The Cool Davis 2014 Eco-hero awards for Transportation go to Andy Frank for producing cars that use fewer and cleaner energy resources and Carla Peterman for her efforts to build the statewide infrastructure needed to support cars of the future..Davis Bicycles! School…
Are You Ready for May is Bike Month?
May is Bike Month is just around the corner and there are many people in Davis getting ready for this year’s fun and challenge. Log on to sign up at http://www.mayisbikemonth.com/ . Get your workplace, school site, church etc. going with the challenge! Folks in…
TRANSFORM– The Transportation Choices Summit and Advocacy Day
There is still time to sign up for TRANSFORM the Transportation Choices Summit to be held Tuesday, April 23rd. To sign up http://transformca.org/choices2013 Join leading community organizations and advocates in Sacramento and help ensure state policies and investments promote effective public transit, great walking and…
Are plug-in hybrids meeting expectations?
If you’re curious about current sales and future prospects for plug-in hybrids and electric-vehicles, including the Prius plug-in, the Chevy Volt, and the Leaf, Brett Wiliams’ article “Managing EV Expectations” provides current information. Follow this link directly to the article to read his analysis or go…
The pedestrian perspective: Walking opens up my world
By Sue Greenwald, cross-posted from the Davis Enterprise When we think of Davis, we think of bicycles, Unitrans, Amtrak and yes, maybe even Zipcar. But I want to speak today about the forgotten Davis pedestrian. The Cool Davis Festival folks asked me to write about…
Cool Davis is a coalition of citizens, the City of Davis, and community organizations working to empower our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
High school, junior high, and college students from all around the country will be attending summer Youth4Climate Camps. Join the ongoing Session I: June 29 – July 24, 2020 or register ahead for Session II: July 27 – August 21, 2020.
Youth4Climate Summer Camp (Virtual) - Youth4Climate350
Session I: June 29 – July 24, 2020 Session II: July 27 – August 21, 2020 Previous Next Why Y4C? Program details Find your voice at Y4C What stud...
UCD student offers online climate camp
UCD student offers online climate camp
UC Davis student Megan Phelps, affiliated with Climate Strike Davis and Climate Reality Project Campus Corps at UC Davis, is helping to put on a digit...
“Just this month, Arctic temperatures reached new highs at 30°C/86°F”
PART I: 2020 Article Series ‘Looking Back, Looking Forward’ - Cool Davis
Recognizing the climate science, recommiting to action On June 10, 2010, the City of Davis adopted its first Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, layin...
Register now for Davis Futures Forum featuring Rick Cole, former City Manager for the City of Santa Monica. Cole: “Solving our nation’s most pressing challenges starts at home.” @CityofDavis @bikedavis @DavisVanguard @lucasfrerichs
Community Engagement Starts@Home with Rick Cole - Cool Davis
Thursday, June 25th, 7- 8:30 pm via Zoom