MCP Transportation Resources
A Lost Decade: How Climate Action Fizzled in Cascadia By Peter Fairley / InvestigateWest (January 11, 2021)
Clean Fuels Program Electricity 2021 – The Clean Fuels Program Electricity 2021 Rulemaking implements Section 4B of Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order 20-04. The Executive Order directs the Environmental Quality Commission and the Department of Environmental Quality to advance methods accelerating the generation and aggregation of clean fuels credits by utilities in order to advance transportation electrification.
Thinking of an Electric Car? Take Your Choice Published Feb. 20, 2021; Updated Feb. 22, 2021)
Biennial Report to the Oregon Legislature (2020), Oregon Global Warming Commission. Transportation – page 26
Why Older Riders May Get a Surprising Benefit from E-Bikes (Apr 16, 2019)
Putting Transit to Work in Main Street America: How Smaller Cities and Rural Places Are Using Transit and Mobility Investments to Strengthen Their Economies and Communities (May, 2012) by Reconnecting America & Community Transportation Association
2021 Plug-in Buyers Guide Finding Your Ideal EV or PHEV By Bruce Borgerson. Published in Cooperation with the Southern Oregon Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Association (SOHEVA)
New Data Show Electric Vehicles Continue to Get Cleaner (MARCH 8, 2018) David Reichmuth, Senior Vehicles Engineer, Union of Concerned Scientists
Carbon Offsets (Carbon Credits) (scroll down to the section with this title)
Links to resources organized by Key Question
Key Question 1: What GHG emissions result from transportation?
Key Question 2: What is the contribution of transportation to GHG emissions at global, national, state, local and individual levels?
Key Question 3: What options are available to reduce our transportation footprints?
It looks like the Batmobile, works on solar energy, and could be the future of cars by Sarah Kaplan and Aaron Steckelberg, Washington Post (Feb. 25, 2021)
Delta Airlines: Carbon Neutral from March 2020 Onward Seems like some airlines are trying.
Which Airlines Are the Best and Worst for Climate Change? Olivia Rosane EcoWatch, Mar. 06, 2019