Transportation and Climate Initiative Listening Session Summary Report Now Available

The report summarizes the extraordinary wealth of ideas, suggestions, and perspectives offered by about 500 participants across 6 listening sessions discussing goals for regional transportation. Read more...

Bipartisan Group of 14 States Submits Joint Comments Opposing Clean Power Plan Replacement

A bipartisan group of environment and energy agency leaders from 14 states issued a unified statement opposing the Trump Administration’s proposal to replace the Clean Power Plan with a framework that fails to reduce carbon pollution from power plants and puts their citizens at risk from the dangerous impacts of climate change. Read more...

Georgetown Climate Center receives 2018 Climate and Energy Leadership Award from Metropolitan Council of Governments

The honor is awarded for extraordinary leadership in environmental stewardship and climate change action. GCC is this year's educational honoree, selected for the staff and students' work engaging community members by convening and facilitating the Far Northeast Ward 7 Climate Equity Advisory Group. Read more...

Transportation and Climate Initiative Welcomes the Commonwealth of Virginia

Virginia becomes 13th TCI jurisdiction working together for low-carbon transportation solutions Read more...

Regulatory Considerations for Utility Investment in EV Charging Infrastructure

This report from the Georgetown Climate Center and M.J. Bradley & Associates explores the role of state utility regulators in evaluating potential investments by electric utilities in EV charging infrastructure.

Climate Center Launches Green Infrastructure Toolkit

New toolkit highlights innovative actions that cities are taking to prepare for flooding and urban heat from climate change. Learn more

Resources to Help Communities Prepare for Climate Change

Check out the new Adaptation Clearinghouse 2.0 database and networking website, which was launched by the Georgetown Climate Center. Learn more

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Transportation and Climate Initiative Welcomes the Commonwealth of Virginia
The Commonwealth of Virginia today became the 13th U.S. jurisdiction to join the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI). In a letter to the Georgetown Climate Center, which facilitates TCI on behalf of the participating state agencies, Virginia Natural Resources Secretary Matthew Strickler announced that Virginia will work with TCI toward regional low-carbon transportation solutions.

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