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Clean Air via Electric Trucks

Clean Air via Electric Trucks

A coalition of partners helped develop the first standards for electric trucks, helping to clean up air pollution near freeways, ports and warehouses.  By 2035 the rule mandates new trucks will have zero emissions in California.  Will other states follow?...

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Clean Air via Electric Trucks

Virginia Environmental Update

Virginia in 2020 was the only southern state with a plan to limit greenhouse gas from power sector emissions, achieving by 2050 a 100 percent clean energy.  We also defeated the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline. We are going to ensure clean water and air for all and...

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Clean Air via Electric Trucks

Erosion Prevention

It takes 100 years for an inch of topsoil to form naturally.  Yet with our current erosion we may lose more than eight times that in the next 15 years.  Our extreme climate change weather may increase these losses.  Good farming/gardening practices can help prevent...

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Clean Air via Electric Trucks

Indoor Air Quality

Improve your indoor air quality by: 1) not smoking, 2) changing AC and heater filters regularly, 3) opening window, doors when using household chemicals, 4) using eco-friendly cleaning products, 5) ventilating cooking fumes, and 6) consider adding a home filtration...

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Clean Air via Electric Trucks

Ocean Planning

More than 65 countries in our world are involved in Ocean Planning. This has becomevitally important if we are to preserve planet earth. Our oceans provide more than foodfor people. Telecommunication cables cross ocean floors, shipping lanes transportbillions of tons...

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Clean Air via Electric Trucks

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle & Refuse

The mantra that many use to fight climate change is: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and nowsome are adding another - Refuse. Do not buy anything you can do without. This willcut down on what you eventually put in landfills. You can estimate your carbon footprintby using a...

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