February 13th, 2012

Have regulators, environmentalists, and automakers reached détente on the need to boost the fuel efficiency of America’s vehicle fleet? If one judges by the bonhomie displayed on stage by California’s top climate official, a transportation advocate, and two auto-industry executives during this Climate One panel, the answer is a resounding yes.The panel convened two weeks after the California Air Resources Board unanimously approved new rules that will require nearly 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles to be on the road by 2025.

Shad Balch, Environment and Energy Communications, General Motors
Roland Hwang, Director of Transportation Programs, NRDC
Mary Nichols, Chair, California Air Resources Board
Chris Paulson, VP of Strategy, Coda Automotive

Speakers at this Event

Environment and Energy Communications Manager, General Motors

Director of Transportation Programs, Natural Resources Defense Council

Chair, California Air Resources Board

Former VP of Strategy, Coda Automotive