Category Archives: air pollution

Depressing Month for the Green Car Business?

Well, there was a good deal of what might be called bad news for the green machine industry in the past month. It’s a glass half full, half empty scenario. So let’s start with one item of good news. Tesla … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Dropping Gas Prices Decide Fate of Green Machines

Have you noticed that gasoline prices have been declining lately, and that it’s now summertime, when gas prices can spike up? Gas prices are dropping below $3 a gallon in a few markets. When you hear experts like Chevy Volt … Continue reading

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Inside the Mindset of Green Car Shoppers, Owners, and Stakeholders

There are a few things that have been learned by automaker and dealer management in the past year and a half at Nissan, GM, Ford, and BMW through marketing plug-ins to early adopters. It was experienced years earlier by Tesla … Continue reading

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No Longer Just Car Guys, More like Mobility Champions

Things are changing seismically for the global auto industry, whether you’re talking about electric vehicles or driverless cars. Pike Research senior analyst John Gartner wrote: In mature automotive markets that may have already hit peak car sales, the companies formerly … Continue reading

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Clashing Over the “Greenness” of Natural Gas

The Sierra Club just released a statement to members explaining why you should speak up to your legislator to oppose exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) to other countries. The reason for this, according to the statement, is “fracking” or hydraulic … Continue reading

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LA and Long Beach ports working on cleaning up air pollution

Shipping traffic at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has dropped for the past three months, but the long-term forecast is optimistic. While the LA metro area has seen jobs drop in manufacturing in recent years, such as … Continue reading

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