State health staff recommends limiting local government use of ozone-creating lawn equipment, rather than the sales ban metro experts want
Replacing high-polluting 2-stroke engines is an obvious early win in the Metro Area’s battle against high-ozone days.
The likes of Molson Coors, Leprino Foods and Cargill face new climate rules, but environmental groups say state’s proposal does not protect minorities or even make real cuts.
To get the balance between environmental action and economic reality right, we all need more collaboration.
Air quality board approves sweeping demands on 50,000 sq. ft. properties to start cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Not only would Building Performance Standards reduce greenhouse gases, they will protect renters from extreme cold and heat.
State regulators will vote this month on demanding emissions savings from landlords as the next key step in the climate change battle.
EV sales flattened a bit in 2Q despite price cuts, but sales of hybrid RAV-4s and CRVs boost alternative cars
Regional council recommends state vote to bar sale of new household lawn equipment that runs on gas, and commercial use of existing gas machines in summer
Regional air quality leaders say such a dramatic move would be one way to get real ozone cuts by 2026, when EPA demands kick in