Electric vehicles

We’re on the road to an electric future — and you can help drive us there.

It’s a hard truth: We simply can’t solve global warming without changing how we all get around. Transportation is now America’s No. 1 source of global warming pollution, and cars account for 60% of our transportation pollution.

The good news is that we have never been closer to an electric vehicle future than we are right now — a future where our kids ride electric buses to school, our mail and packages arrive in electric trucks, and every new car that is sold gets plugged in at night. Together, we can protect our climate by accelerating the transition to an electric vehicle future.

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In the past 10 years, electric vehicle sales have grown 10-fold in the U.S.

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New report: Trouble in the Air: 7.6 million Georgians experienced over 65 days of polluted air in 2020

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New report: Trouble in the Air: 7.6 million Georgians experienced over 65 days of polluted air in 2020

Atlanta, GA – Five urban centers and rural areas in Georgia, collectively home to over 7.6 million people, suffered through more than 65 days of elevated air pollution in 2020, according to a new report from Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center and the Frontier Group. Air pollution increases the risk of premature death, asthma attacks, cancer and other adverse health impacts, and causes 9,000 deaths every year in Georgia. 

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New report: Trouble in the Air: 7.6 million Georgians experienced over 65 days of polluted air in 2020

Clean air

New report: Trouble in the Air: 7.6 million Georgians experienced over 65 days of polluted air in 2020

Atlanta, GA – Five urban centers and rural areas in Georgia, collectively home to over 7.6 million people, suffered through more than 65 days of elevated air pollution in 2020, according to a new report from Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center and the Frontier Group. Air pollution increases the risk of premature death, asthma attacks, cancer and other adverse health impacts, and causes 9,000 deaths every year in Georgia. 

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Jennette
Gayer

Jennette
Gayer

State Director, Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center