California is making big, hyperlocal investments to fight climate change — and it’s working

New UCLA progress reports show how the Transformative Climate Communities program is improving the lives of Californians

UCLA study offers strategy for freeway congestion pricing that reduces burden on low-income residents

UCLA transportation experts outline ways that California could implement congestion pricing while minimizing the financial burden on low-income residents

Insights from an environmental pioneer

Mary Nichols, longtime champion of emission regulation in California, offers a roadmap toward a cleaner transportation future at a UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Lecture.

California’s Historic Electric Vehicle Carbon Reduction Strategy Must Put Equity First or Risk Falling Short of Benchmarks

First of its kind UCLA study released as state lawmakers consider Governor Newsom’s budget proposal, which includes $1.5 billion to zero-emission vehicle expansion.

Electric Grid Likely to Accommodate Electric Vehicles in the Near Term but Longer Term Questions Remain

Analysis by UCLA contributes to the Transportation Electrification Blueprint for the County of Los Angeles

Justice — and Smog Checks — for All

New study finds that the Tune In & Tune Up smog repair program in the San Joaquin Valley efficiently tackles pollution and poverty...

New Study Addresses Barriers to Electric Vehicle Charging in Multi-unit Dwellings

Reaching California’s goal of 1.5 million zero emission vehicles by 2025 will require overcoming current...

A New Tool to Help Plan for Expected Growth in Electric Vehicles

Luskin Center’s Plug-in Electric Vehicle Readiness Atlas informs investments, policies and plans to...