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California weighs measure on single-use plastic
Aug 6, 2020
The Circular Economy bill is supported by hundreds of organizations. But the California Chamber of Commerce opposes it.
As food insecurity grows during COVID-19, Little Free Pantries flourish
Jul 16, 2020
Like Little Free Libraries that offer free books for people in a neighborhood, the pantries offer a way for community members to donate food.
With COVID-19, big weddings give way to "planned elopements"
Jun 26, 2020
Couples are still celebrating, but they are opting for small gatherings. There's a financial advantage, too.
COVID-19 forces auto industry to adapt
Apr 8, 2020
Dealerships are ramping up online sales and offering deferred payment plans.
Reduce, reuse ... refill? Some stores are offering products without the packaging
Feb 17, 2020
Refill stations sell beauty products and home cleaning supplies in little to no packaging.
Availability of charging stations a stumbling block for electric cars
Jan 9, 2020
Right now, there are 63,000 public charging stations in the country, according to the Alternative Fuels Data Center, compared with 168,000 stations that serve gas.
Scooters now sharing the delivery lane
Dec 19, 2019
Increasing demand for faster deliveries is part of what’s driving companies to experiment.
Despite influx of new models, electric car sales expected to remain low
Nov 29, 2019
Flashy new debuts from Ford and others will not lift electric vehicle ownership above 5% by 2025, according to Kelley Blue Book.
Millennial women are fired up about motorcycles
Nov 18, 2019
As baby boomers hang up their leathers for good, younger women are saddling up.