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The Koch Brothers Have Been Waging A War On America For 50 Years. This Is How They Are Winning.

The Koch Brothers have been waging war on America for 50 years. Now, thanks to Citizens United, they are close to being victorious.

Daimler Purchases Europcar Stake (25%) In Car2Go

Daimler has come to terms with Europcar to buy out that firm's 25% stake in the carsharing service Car2Go — for a reported €70 million — the two companies have jointly announced

Jaguar Officially Introduces Hot New All-Electric I-PACE SUV (& Includes A Tesla Model X Cameo In Race Video)

That's it. The long wait for Jaguar's electric i-Pace SUV is now over. We officially know what it is, what it looks like, what it will do, and when

What’s Up With The $35,000 Tesla Model 3 Delay?

A few weeks ago, almost immediately after the quarterly Tesla conference call, emails went out to Tesla Model 3 reservation holders telling us that delivery timelines had changed. In particular, estimated delivery times for the shorter range $35,000 Model 3 were being pushed back — for everyone. Show More Summary

Environmental Justice & Local Activism, A Conversation With NAACP Leader Jacqui Patterson (Episode 38)

Jacqui Patterson, the director of the NAACP’s Environmental and Climate Justice Program, joined ILSR co-founder and Waste to Wealth initiative researcher Neil Seldman and ILSR’s Communications Manager Nick Stumo-Langer for the latest edition of our Building Local Power podcast.

Long Beach California Harbor 710 Freeway Is Expanding & Residents Are Even More Worried

After long talks and a devastating human prognosis, Long Beach, California, looks to widen 19 miles of its 710 Freeway

Danish Environmental Economics Council Calls For Tax On Cows — Cars Are Off The Hook

The Danish Environmental Economics Council has released its yearly report and it shows that reductions in greenhouse gas emissions are least costly in the agricultural sector.

BNEF, EDF Studies Find Renewables As Important As Natural Gas In Reducing Emission From Power Generation

New reports by BNEF and EDF show that renewables have contributed as much to lower emissions from the power generation sector of the US economy as low cost natural gas.

BYD Finally Makes Up With Labor Union & Signs Electric Bus Collective Bargaining Agreement In US

A landmark agreement could mark a turning point for BYD's electric vehicles (EV), electric buses (e-bus), clean technology manufacturing, and green growth for the economy and environment in the

High Court In UK Rules That Current Air Pollution Mitigation Plans Aren’t Enough, Must Be Improved

The air pollution mitigation plans in place in the UK currently aren't enough on their own to address the issue, and need to be improved, the union's High Court has ruled, according to recent reports.

Microsoft Signs 60 Megawatt PPA With Singapore’s Largest Solar Project

Microsoft announced this week that it has signed an agreement with Singapore's largest clean energy provider, Sunseap, to acquire 100% of the electricity generated by the country's largest solar project

Visa & Daiwa House Commit To 100% Renewable Electricity, Join RE100

Two big names have announced their commitments to using 100% renewable electricity across their operations, digital payments giant Visa and Japan's largest homebuilder Daiwa House Industry, both of which have also committed to 100% renewable electricity initiative RE100. 

Sea Level Rise Continuing To Accelerate Every Year, Study Finds

The rate at which sea level rise is occurring is continuing to increase every year, according to a new study that was published in the journal the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Europe Electric Car Sales In January — VW e-Golf Starts In The Lead

The European passenger plug-in car market started the 2018 season with almost 26,000 registrations, growing 36% compared to the same period last year, a promising start that unfortunately is being made for the most part thanks to growth in plug-in hybrids (+44% year over year). In fact, plug-in hybrids now represent more than half (53%) of deliveries

Chrysler May Be Next Manufacturer To Ditch Diesel Engines

Many manufacturers are now building fewer diesel engine cars or planning to ditch diesels altogether. Porsche has announced recently that it will stop selling cars with diesel engines soon and Chrysler may not be far behind,

China Electric Car Sales In January — BAIC EC-Series & Cadillac(!) Shine

After the December sales peak, January signaled the expected hangover, but still, sales stood at some 35,000 passenger plug-in vehicles (PEVs), up four-fold year over year (YoY), making this by far the best January ever for electric car sales in China

Alcantara Goes Deep On Decarbonization (+ Bonus Tesla Angle)

The Italian textile company Alcantara hit the 100% carbon neutral mark years ago and it is aiming to help push the decarbonization message to the rest of the world

Electric Supercar Tipping Point With Pagani Working On Its Electric Hypercar

Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, and now Pagani are dipping their toes into the electric vehicle (EV) world of electric hypercars. If the tipping point for EV awareness has been reached a while back, this latest exotic gasoline carmaker turning to a new electric chapter is proof the electric drivetrain is the way to go

Tesla Model 3 Deliveries In February — What Do You Think?

I was about to close out the month and get off the computer (at 2:20 am, admittedly), but then something obvious hit me — why not crowdsource the coming Tesla Model 3 delivery estimate for the month of February? I generally base Tesla...Show More Summary

Is Tesla Model 3 Actually On Original Schedule?

What's the timeline of Tesla Model 3 production forecasts from Tesla? Check out these archives

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