- The local benefits of climate action.
- Bringing budget transparency to New Jersey cities.
- Autonomous vehicles: The right tool for the job?
- Denver's population boom demands innovative policies.
- What new census data tells us about transportation in Massachusetts.
- Earthquakes in Oklahoma: Another risk of fracking.
- Life in the land of (low) opportunity.
- Amtrak loan backlash: Old myths die hard.
- A simple rating that encourages prospective homeowners to consider solar energy.
- Peak car, revisited.
- Ethics, responsibility and transportation: Getting the balance right.
- Things that don’t make sense: LED bulbs built to fail.
- Auto sales: The view from the top.
Since 2009, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, or RGGI, has been reducing global warming pollution and cleaning the air in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Carbon-Cutting Success Stories provides an up-close look at how the climate action taken through RGGI has helped homeowners, farmers, non-profits, businesses and more save energy, save money, and do their part to preserve a livable climate for ourselves and for future generations.
Following the Money in New Jersey Cities finds that none of New Jersey’s 15 most populous municipalities – which are home to 20 percent of the state’s population and spend more than $3 billion in public funds every year – has an online open checkbook that meets modern standards of government transparency.