Automotive traffic, such as this on Interstate 405 in Los Angeles, is California’s the largest single source of carbon emissions and Gov. Jerry Brown wants to reduce petroleum use in fuel in half by 2030.
Automotive traffic, such as this on Interstate 405 in Los Angeles, is California’s the largest single source of carbon emissions and Gov. Jerry Brown wants to reduce petroleum use in fuel in half by 2030. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT
Automotive traffic, such as this on Interstate 405 in Los Angeles, is California’s the largest single source of carbon emissions and Gov. Jerry Brown wants to reduce petroleum use in fuel in half by 2030. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT

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