When Companies Promote Sustainability Their Employees Tend to Do the Same

For many companies and organizations, creating a sustainability policy is often merely the first step on a much longer journey. While many companies recognize the need to reduce their carbon footprint and are willing to work toward that goal, a key implementation step can include engaging employees at every level. […]

Envisioning Virtual Environment Days

In light of the continued press of disturbing public health news, we have spent the past weeks helping our partners across the country — which include some of the nation’s largest companies, public agencies, and community organizations involved in electric vehicles and environmental issues — unwind from planned public outreach […]

EV Roadmap 10 Highlights the Road to Better Transportation

Comedian Tig Notaro does this joke about people saying, “Can you believe it” for normal, everyday actions. An example she gives is a parent saying that their 5-year-old is about to start kindergarten. “Lacey is now 5 and is starting kindergarten this year. Can you believe it?”  Notaro jokes that […]

The logo for the Summer Olympics in Atlanta in 1996

The 1996 Atlanta Olympics Offers Clues About An EV Future

We were just in Atlanta for an EV test drive that we conducted for the Southeastern Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (SEARUC). We had a great time, and send a warm shout out to our friends at Plug In America, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, and City of Atlanta […]