A majority of California assembly members received an “F” Grade for ties to oil and gas in the newly released scorecard by VISION, an environmental justice coalition.
Meet Miocar, a clean vehicle program that has the potential to make Uber and Lyft a thing of the past.
Micocar, a carsharing service, has been in Kern County since July of 2019, and residents in the Lamont, Arvin, and Wasco communities have benefited from the service, allowing them to quickly rent electric cars for short periods of time through a web browser or smartphone app.
Is a new vehicle in the horizon for you? You’ll want to read this if you’re looking to save some money and the environment.
The Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) is promoting clean vehicle adoption in California by offering rebates of up to $4,500 to residents who have purchased or leased new, eligible zero-emission vehicles.
The Kern County Board of Supervisors approved a massive increase in oil and gas drilling last week, despite having received major opposition from Kern County community members.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has confirmed the Valley Air District’s recommendation of Arvin/Lamont as the next community selected in the San Joaquin Valley to benefit from additional resources provided by Assembly Bill (AB) 617, the Community Air Protection Program.
The Kern County Planning Commission voted Friday to approve an ordinance that will allow 67,000 additional wells to be built in Kern County throughout the next 20 years.