This report on cap-and-trade investments should satisfy legislative demands to know where all that money is going and what benefits California is getting from climate investments. It describes the programs being funded, how much those programs are reducing greenhouse gases, and what other benefits the state is getting from its investments.
Contra Costa County voters are considering whether to tax themselves to pay for transportation, and the plan accompanying the measure has a few potentially game-changing aspects. That doesn’t mean that sustainable transportation advocates all support it, however. Measure X, like most of the other county measures on November ballots, is a thirty-year ½ cent sales […]
One thing everyone seems to agree on: California’s transportation system needs fixing. On exactly what to fix and how to get money to do so, however, it is not so easy to find common ground. The latest proposal from the state legislature is hanging in the balance, and there may or may not be a […]