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Elon Musk Talks Zero-Emissions Rockets

January 10th, 2021 | by Jennifer Sensiba

Zero-emissions vehicles are great for the environment, and Tesla makes a lot of them. Elon Musk also owns SpaceX, so people are naturally going to lump them together in their minds. When someone sees a rocket launch, it's obviously not a zero-emission event. As Jerry Lee Lewis says, "Goodness gracious, great balls of fire!"

Massachusetts Will Require All New Cars Sold Be Electric By 2035

January 3rd, 2021 | by Johnna Crider

On the last day of 2020, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and his administration shared a plan that will deal a major blow to fossil fuel automakers while severely cutting the state's greenhouse-gas emissions in the next decade and beyond. These changes include the mandate that all new cars sold in the state will be electric by

Signs of Hope for US Federal Climate Action in 2021

December 31st, 2020 | by Rocky Mountain Institute

As we enthusiastically bid 2020 farewell, for many reasons 2021 is starting to feel like a year to be hopeful. While the rollout of vaccines signal an impending slow-down to the pandemic, recent activity in DC is offering a similar glimpse to solutions on the horizon for the climate crisis

2021 — A Pivotal Year For Clean Energy In North Carolina

December 29th, 2020 | by NRDC

As we look back at 2020 and reflect on what comes next for North Carolina in clean energy and climate, one thing becomes clear, Governor Cooper’s climate and clean energy legacy will be determined by the ability to take the many critical policy initiatives from discussion to implementation in

Norsepower To Install First Rotorsails On Bulk Carrier

December 29th, 2020 | by Jennifer Sensiba

Norsepower, a company that builds modernized sails to reduce fuel consumption and emissions on ships, got an order to install five of its Rotorsails on a bulk carrier in 2021. This is the first order for a bulk carrier, and the company's sixth installation since founding in

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