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Read about latest government green mandates

Newsom’s Quixotic Quest

That characterization is apt. Other components of the crackdown include the governor and state attorney general Rob Bonta’s lawsuit against oil companies, a call for a windfall-profits tax at a time when profit margins in the energy sector are declining precipitously, ordinances that block the construction of new gas stations, ...
Blog

The EV Short Circuit: What Is California Going To Do?

Here are a few examples: Akio Toyoda Says Slowing EV Demand Proves He Was Right All Along Honda says making cheap electric vehicles is too hard, ends deal with GM ​​Electric Vehicles No Longer the Focus at GM Ford Lost $62,016 For Every EV It Sold In 3Q: Electric vehicles ...
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Read about reversal of state green mandate

California Reverses Itself in its Latest ‘Turf War’

Nearly a decade (more than eight years) ago, the international media dedicated a lengthy ode to artificial turf. “The benefits of fake grass are hard to deny. Live grass guzzles some 2,200 liters per square meter annually, making the all-American lawn increasingly untenable in an era of skyrocketing water rates ...
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Read about latest CA green mandate

California Is Throwing Kids, Parents and Taxpayers Under The E-Bus

Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed into law Assembly Bill 579, which requires that, by Jan. 1, 2035, “all newly purchased or contracted school buses of a local educational agency (LEA) to be zero-emission.” Read the full article at GV Wire
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Read about latest Sacramento green overreach

Is Sacramento Going to Ban Classic Cars? Recent History Suggests It Might.

California, according to the Capitol Museum in Sacramento, “is the world’s first auto-civilization.” A PBS affiliate says “as an innovator and early adopter of freeways, California became the symbolic capital of car culture.” Just five years ago, Jalopnik reported that “California is one of the hottest beds of car culture ...
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Read about latest costly green mandate

New Climate Disclosure Laws Will Hurt Business, Won’t Help Planet

When author and journalist Tom Wolfe coined the term “statusphere” – in which participants compete for prestige within a groupthink bubble – he didn’t have the California Legislature of the 21st century in mind. But he could have. In California, it’s routine for lawmakers to pass bills that have little ...
Climate Change

Read about state climate change lawsuit

Newsom-Bonta lawsuit against oil industry good PR strategy, bad for fighting climate change

Last week, Gov. Gavin Newsom and state Attorney General Rob Bonta filed a lawsuit in San Francisco County Superior Court, suing a number of oil companies as well as the American Petroleum Institute for “creating, contributing to, and/or assisting in the creation of state-wide climate change-related harms in California.” The lawsuit ...
Blog

Read about Sacramento offshore power deal

Deal on Offshore Power is Latest Fool’s Game on Green Energy

Wind farms will supposedly produce 25% (or 25 gigawatts, which would be enough power for 25 million homes) of California’s electricity after the state completes its 2045 transition to an energy grid free of fossil fuels and nuclear power. As the Times story indicates, there are zero offshore wind turbines ...
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Read latest on California's ill fated hydrogen push

California’s Hydrogen Bomb

CalMatters reported in August that even “as California steers away from the internal combustion engine, the rapid transition is fueling a fight in the Capitol over how large a role hydrogen fuel cells will play in powering the clean cars of the future.” The only question, then, is how much ...
Blog

Who are winners and losers of 2023 legislative session?

Progressives Dominate Legislative Session, But Will Newsom Spoil the Party?

Late Thursday evening, the Legislature wrapped up its business for the 2023 legislative session.  As bleary-eyed lawmakers travel home today for the fall recess, what is the biggest story of this year’s legislative session? This year’s legislative session will go down as perhaps the most successful legislative session ever for ...
Commentary

Read about latest government green mandates

Newsom’s Quixotic Quest

That characterization is apt. Other components of the crackdown include the governor and state attorney general Rob Bonta’s lawsuit against oil companies, a call for a windfall-profits tax at a time when profit margins in the energy sector are declining precipitously, ordinances that block the construction of new gas stations, ...
Blog

The EV Short Circuit: What Is California Going To Do?

Here are a few examples: Akio Toyoda Says Slowing EV Demand Proves He Was Right All Along Honda says making cheap electric vehicles is too hard, ends deal with GM ​​Electric Vehicles No Longer the Focus at GM Ford Lost $62,016 For Every EV It Sold In 3Q: Electric vehicles ...
Blog

Read about reversal of state green mandate

California Reverses Itself in its Latest ‘Turf War’

Nearly a decade (more than eight years) ago, the international media dedicated a lengthy ode to artificial turf. “The benefits of fake grass are hard to deny. Live grass guzzles some 2,200 liters per square meter annually, making the all-American lawn increasingly untenable in an era of skyrocketing water rates ...
Commentary

Read about latest CA green mandate

California Is Throwing Kids, Parents and Taxpayers Under The E-Bus

Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed into law Assembly Bill 579, which requires that, by Jan. 1, 2035, “all newly purchased or contracted school buses of a local educational agency (LEA) to be zero-emission.” Read the full article at GV Wire
Blog

Read about latest Sacramento green overreach

Is Sacramento Going to Ban Classic Cars? Recent History Suggests It Might.

California, according to the Capitol Museum in Sacramento, “is the world’s first auto-civilization.” A PBS affiliate says “as an innovator and early adopter of freeways, California became the symbolic capital of car culture.” Just five years ago, Jalopnik reported that “California is one of the hottest beds of car culture ...
Blog

Read about latest costly green mandate

New Climate Disclosure Laws Will Hurt Business, Won’t Help Planet

When author and journalist Tom Wolfe coined the term “statusphere” – in which participants compete for prestige within a groupthink bubble – he didn’t have the California Legislature of the 21st century in mind. But he could have. In California, it’s routine for lawmakers to pass bills that have little ...
Climate Change

Read about state climate change lawsuit

Newsom-Bonta lawsuit against oil industry good PR strategy, bad for fighting climate change

Last week, Gov. Gavin Newsom and state Attorney General Rob Bonta filed a lawsuit in San Francisco County Superior Court, suing a number of oil companies as well as the American Petroleum Institute for “creating, contributing to, and/or assisting in the creation of state-wide climate change-related harms in California.” The lawsuit ...
Blog

Read about Sacramento offshore power deal

Deal on Offshore Power is Latest Fool’s Game on Green Energy

Wind farms will supposedly produce 25% (or 25 gigawatts, which would be enough power for 25 million homes) of California’s electricity after the state completes its 2045 transition to an energy grid free of fossil fuels and nuclear power. As the Times story indicates, there are zero offshore wind turbines ...
Blog

Read latest on California's ill fated hydrogen push

California’s Hydrogen Bomb

CalMatters reported in August that even “as California steers away from the internal combustion engine, the rapid transition is fueling a fight in the Capitol over how large a role hydrogen fuel cells will play in powering the clean cars of the future.” The only question, then, is how much ...
Blog

Who are winners and losers of 2023 legislative session?

Progressives Dominate Legislative Session, But Will Newsom Spoil the Party?

Late Thursday evening, the Legislature wrapped up its business for the 2023 legislative session.  As bleary-eyed lawmakers travel home today for the fall recess, what is the biggest story of this year’s legislative session? This year’s legislative session will go down as perhaps the most successful legislative session ever for ...
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