California Climate Solutions achieving environmental goals + creating business opportunities


No single energy source affects climate change and air quality in California as much as transportation fuel. California’s transportation sector represents the largest single source of greenhouse gas emissions in the state, at 37.3 percent (see Figure 1) – greater than the approximately 33 percent nationwide. Without reductions from the transportation sector, the state will not be able to meet its goals under AB 32 to roll back greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by the year 2020 (equivalent to a 15 percent cutback from the business-as-usual scenario projected for 2020) or its longer-term target of reducing emissions to eighty percent below 1990 levels by 2050.

Fuels: reports


Report Date: 12.22

Supercharging Electrolyzers: Boosting Zero-Emission Hydrogen Production and Deployment in California

Agricultural Methane

Report Date: 09.22

Ahead of the Herd : Policy Solutions to Accelerate Livestock Methane Emissions Reduction in California

Capturing Opportunity

Report Date: 12.20

Capturing Opportunity: Law and Policy Solutions to Accelerate Engineered Carbon Removal in California

Electric Vehicle Charging

Report Date: 06.17

Plugging Away: How to Boost Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure


Report Date: 12.15

Planting Fuels: How California Can Boost Local, Low-Carbon Biofuel Production

Electric Vehicles

Report Date: 09.12

Electric Drive by ’25: How California Can Catalyze Mass Adoption of Electric Vehicles by 2025​