The next four years could be crucial, if we want to get on the path to a sustainable economy. In this morning’s interview, I interview Guy Dauncey, Founder of the BC Sustainable Energy Association, about a guideline he sent out to help people decide how shall we vote on November 15?
By Roy L Hales
Our emissions would go down if everyone used electric vehicles, but this would not“reduce traffic congestion, reduce accidents, reduce roadway costs, reduce parking facility costs, improve mobility for non-drivers, improve social equity, improve public fitness and health, reduce sprawl, eliminate hazardous waste, or protect threatened habitat.” cars were electric “ However Todd Litman, founder and Executive Director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute, suggests there is a more sustainable way that communities can reduce transportation emissions 50%.
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