The traffic clogging California’s roadways spews streams of greenhouse gases into the air. New regulations on fuel, designed to reduce carbon emissions, are expected to hike gas prices 36 cents a gallon by 2030.
The traffic clogging California’s roadways spews streams of greenhouse gases into the air. New regulations on fuel, designed to reduce carbon emissions, are expected to hike gas prices 36 cents a gallon by 2030. Eric Paul Zamora Fresno Bee file
The traffic clogging California’s roadways spews streams of greenhouse gases into the air. New regulations on fuel, designed to reduce carbon emissions, are expected to hike gas prices 36 cents a gallon by 2030. Eric Paul Zamora Fresno Bee file
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Climate retreat? Legislature may ditch plan to radically reduce emissions

August 09, 2016 12:36 PM