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Port of Hueneme Awarded $3 Million from the California Air Resources Board to Launch Zero Emission Ship to Shore Freight Project

Port of Hueneme Awarded $3 Million from the California Air Resources Board to Launch Zero Emission Ship to Shore Freight Project

Port of Hueneme, California, October 2, 2018 — The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has awarded $3 million to the Port of Hueneme to fund their ship to shore zero emission energy project. This project was a part of a joint application with the Port of Los Angeles for the statewide Zero- and Near Zero- Emission Freight […]

It Begins . . .

It Begins . . .

  By Eric Peters I expected it to happen, but not this quickly. California officials are, apparently, “mulling” a ban on cars with internal combustion engines, according to an article in the industry trade publication, Automotive News. If they more than mull and pass a ban, CA would be the first American state to do so – following the example […]

Assembly OKs CARB accountability measure, climate agenda headed to governor

Assembly OKs CARB accountability measure, climate agenda headed to governor

Lawmakers on Wednesday sent a measure to Gov. Jerry Brown creating legislative oversight of the California Air Resources Board — a vital piece in the state’s climate agenda. Assembly Bill 197’s companion legislation, SB32, which expands CARB’s authority to create and implement programs to meet reduced greenhouse gas emission targets, can only become law if the […]

CA rejects VW recall plan

CA rejects VW recall plan

By James Poulos . Thanks to California regulators, Volkswagen hasn’t yet found a way out of worldwide trouble. Federal agencies have flexed their muscles in tandem. “U.S. regulators rejected Volkswagen AG’s plan for recalling nearly 500,000 diesel-powered cars,” as the Wall Street Journal noted. “The Environmental Protection Agency, which is working with California regulators on the VW fraud, had already […]

Bipartisan legislators agree to reform CARB (California Air Resources Board)

Bipartisan legislators agree to reform CARB (California Air Resources Board)

The Globalization of California

The Globalization of California

Viewpoint/Event Report By Michael Greer About 120 people attended the “Globalization of California” (speakers) conference Sunday, 1/12/14.  American Freedom Alliance www.americanfreedomalliance.org does video record the conferences and they are available on their website but still too few have any idea that about 1000 people are deciding the future of the entire world. Nothing discussed at this conference […]