The budget will reveal some extra spending, but the Emissions Reduction Plan still treats climate change as merely a scientific, technical problem – when it has been a political problem all along.
Tackling climate change is a budget priority, but will we see the major investment in cycling infrastructure and public transport that is one obvious solution?
Governments may be forced to put back deadlines to shift away from petrol and diesel.
A new international report on climate change finds rapid changes could cut emissions from transportation by 80% to 90%. Three behavior change trends could bring big improvements.
Unfortunately, Australians should not expect EVs to suddenly become cheap and easy to get here in the next couple of years unless policy changes.
China is powering ahead with EV production, but Chinese EVs might not be ready to face the global market.
Elon Musk’s dedicated EV maker is miles ahead, but Nissan has several advantages over its legacy rivals.
A look back at how Canada secured auto investment in the past shows how a peripheral economy gained a major auto sector — and how it might hold onto it even in the face of U.S. protectionism on EVs.
Electric cars are still more resilient to price shocks than vehicles running on fossil fuels.
Electric vehicles are poised to take over our roads: so how do we make sure this change doesn’t exacerbate social and energy inequality?
The infrastructure bill being debated in Congress looks like a small but genuine down payment on a more climate-friendly transportation sector and electric power grid. What comes next is crucial.
Small cities in China show the way forward for electric vehicle travel.
With an average shelf life of nine years, the coming tsunami of waste EV batteries needs action now.
NIO’s innovative business model could point towards a bright future – if it can overcome key challenges
EVs will have lower sticker prices than gas vehicles when batteries are cheaper. Getting there comes down to knowing where to cut costs.
There’s no question Tesla’s Cybertruck will face stiff competition in the electric pickup truck market. Here’s why it has the edge.
Democratic candidates are keen to burnish their climate credentials by calling for grand electric vehicle plans. But there are both economic and political reasons for going slowly.
New Zealand has proposed new fuel standards, along with a consumer rebates for cleaner cars – paid for by higher costs for high-polluting cars – to cut its rising transport emissions.
As EVs make more inroads, giving tenants somewhere to plug in their cars could become a selling point.
More than 200 mayors have committed their cities to stick with the Paris climate deal no matter what the US does. Electric vehicles offer a promising route to making good on that pledge.