The 2019 Midwest Green Transportation Forum & Expo will take place on September 18 – 20, 2019 at the Marriott Columbus University Area. This event, which was formerly known as the Midwest Green Fleets Forum & Expo, has been renamed to broaden its focus on advanced transportation – and the opportunities and challenges – that… Read More.
Sometimes taking a hike in nature can be the inspiration needed to construct a major discovery that advances recycling and bio-energy…almost quite literally. If you’ve ever taken a walk along some of the ponds and waterways along with our coastal systems or visited the Lithia Park ponds, no doubt you’ve come across water plants that… Read More.
Oregon is well known for its focus on being “green” and conserving natural resources. In many cities throughout the state, you’ll find company fleets and city busses running on renewable energy, including biodiesel. Here are some interesting facts about biodiesel: How can eating a value meal help the environment? Oregon is home to a tax… Read More.
Around the country nearly 100 Clean Cities coordinators work in their communities to help fleets and drivers transition to economic, environmental transportation options. Representatives from their coalitions gather each year for an annual workshop to share best practices, learn about the latest transportation research, and recognize each other’s successes. On August 22, Clean Cities Director… Read More.
In 2019, the American Automobile Association (AAA) surveyed the general population to gauge their feelings about adopting electric transportation as the means for their next vehicle. Based on the results, AAA estimates that approximately 40 million Americans will be purchasing an electric car the next time they are in the market for a vehicle. Most… Read More.