Now more than ever, California’s pioneering energy policies are lights in the darkness for Americans who understand the threat posed by climate change and the urgent need for action.
  The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are looking at new opportunities to clean our air and protect our climate. It’s a historic opportunity and consistent with California’s long-standing leadership on environmental policy.
  In the late eighties and early nineties, I considered running for governor of Texas. Now a lot has changed since that time. But one thing that hasn’t changed is the need to make sure we have a government that works.
  The most typical story about Utah's air quality and economic development goes something like this: "A company or employee was looking to relocate along the Wasatch Front, but decided to go elsewhere partly because of our air quality challenges."
  When President Obama rolled into the White House for the first time, I was in the midst of an aggressive campaign to address the stranglehold placed on U.S. national security and our economy by addiction to OPEC oil.
  When he nominated Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt as EPA director, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry as energy secretary and Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson as secretary of state, many perceived that Donald Trump put down his marker for fossil fuels.
  The Coalition heads into 2017 with great momentum from a big legislative year and a real opportunity to grow and strengthen the NGV industry in 2017.
  Will your next car talk to traffic lights, apply breaks to help avoid a collision or emit zero tailpipe emissions?
  Rick Perry is a friend. He was a great Texas governor, and I believe he will be a great Secretary of Energy.
  In the fall of 2012, Hurricane Sandy caused power outages across much of the northeast, but at Princeton University and New York University, the lights stayed on and the students remained warm.
  Renewable natural gas has the potential to reduce the US heavy transport sector’s reliance on diesel and gasoline. And it’s compatible with engines that run on natural gas.
  Imagine the U.S. without a single barrel of imported oil. From 50% imports in 2007 to 30% imports today to 0% in the mid-2020s – 50 years of geopolitical leverage from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries can be gone for good.
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