California has led the charge for electric vehicles with an ambitious strategy to put 1.5 million zero‐emission vehicles on the road by 2025.
As the new administration takes office in Washington, sustainability leaders across the nation have been speculating about the potential impacts on their work.
California’s housing affordability crisis is not only costly for people renting or buying homes, it weakens California’s economy as a whole.
This month, we attempt to address what the new administration might mean to leadership on climate change progress, energy and infrastructure investments.
It’s time land-use planning agencies work together and prepare a Groundwater Sustainability Plan ensuring local water and land-use decisions are aligned.
February’s article: Driving the Next Decade: The Challenge to Put More Zero-Emission Cars on the Road
Currents provides readers with current information on energy issues affecting local governments in California.
This monthly CivicSpark newsletter features updates on CivicSpark projects and highlights.
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