Unpaid Utility Bills Are Disproportionately Piling Up in L.A.’s Communities of Color

Between 25% and 30% of Angelenos have unpaid energy and water bills, with debts unevenly impacting Black, Latino, and low-income neighborhoods.

Decarbonizing California Transportation by 2045

Report to state outlines policy pathways to meet the zero-carbon time crunch

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.

Report Sets Path Toward Clean Drinking Water for All Californians

Study co-authored by UCLA researchers finds hundreds of public water systems are out of compliance

California Households Owe $1 Billion in Water Bills, Highlighting the State’s Water Affordability Crisis

More than 1.6 million households in the state have unpaid water bills, and much of the debt centers in Black and Latinx communities that have been hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

Speeding Up Electric Vehicle Adoption Among Apartment and Condo Dwellers 

Fast charging stations may enable increased adoption of electric vehicles by renters, according to new UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation research

EPA Used Dubious Methodology to Justify Weakening the Clean Water Act

EPA analysis assumes most states will step in to protect waterways as over half of U.S. wetlands and 35% of streams in West lose federal protection.

The Luskin Center Is Turning 10!

Our IMPACT report highlights what we’ve collaboratively accomplished, along with audacious but achievable goals for the future.

Utility Consolidation to Achieve Health Equity

This article was originally posted by the Environmental Policy…