Right now, electric cars have the momentum and the “inevitability” narrative on their side. Is the idea of pursuing two paths forward a waste of money?
The short-term prospects for electrification of light passenger vehicles globally are still small.
With minimal policy intervention, electrification of cars is likely to remain too slow for the world’s climate action needs.
Electrification has been slow to convert the passenger automobile market, despite recent leaps.
Are we on course to electrify enough cars to meet climate change mitigation targets?
The U.S. government already spends less on education and science than at almost any other time in history. Trump’s tax plan will cut those investments even lower.
How can we help those on the lower rungs of the global economic ladder cope with rising food prices?
Why is the transition to a green economy akin to a new industrial revolution?
Will Chinese battery manufacturer BYD be able to achieve its dream of becoming a leading electric-car maker?
How can the U.S. auto industry remake itself?