Nevada Conservation League celebrates another step forward in cleaning up the transportation sector with EPA’s finalization of Light-Duty Vehicle Standards

Washington, DC – Today, in another step forward in protecting the public from air and climate pollution, the EPA finalized new light-duty vehicle tailpipe emissions standards. The Nevada Conservation League is pleased that EPA and the Biden administration are continuing their work to cut pollution from the transportation sector. These new clean cars standards are vital […]

Vegas Business Digest | The Future of Transportation in Nevada Will Powered by Driverless Vehicles and Clean Energy

June 1, 2022By Vegas Business Digest Staff Nevada Conservation League, Assemblywoman Nguyen, Commissioner Jones, and tech company Motional examine intersecting challenges of transportation, climate change, communities, and emerging technology. Yesterday, the Nevada Conservation League and Motional, a driverless vehicles technology company, hosted a discussion alongside Assemblywoman Rochelle Nguyen and Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones about […]

Daily Caller | Biden Admin Gives Big Handout To Solar, Wind Projects As Gas Prices Soar

June 1, 2022 By Thomas Catenacci The Biden administration unveiled a policy Tuesday evening making it cheaper for green energy developers to build and maintain projects on federal lands. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland announced the federal government would reduce rents and fees charged for wind and solar projects on public lands during a roundtable Tuesday with U.S. and state officials in […]

Public News Service | Advocates: The Future of Transportation is Clean Energy

May 31, 2022By Suzanne Potter The future of transportation in Clark County, particularly electrifying the sector, will be the hot topic at a panel discussion of experts and policymakers tonight in Las Vegas. The state is gearing up as big money from the bipartisan infrastructure law is making its way to Nevada. Andrew Sierra, political and organizing […]