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Addressing the Climate Crisis and Transportation

Recommendations from FCB Green


1. Plug Star

Useful tool in narrowing a search for specific EVs.They help you decide if an electric car is right for you; if so, which one, and where to test drive and buy it.

2. Belmont Light

Belmont Drives Electric with Belmont Light offers EV guides and resources for choosing a vehicle, navigating rebates and purchasing charging stations.

3. Energy New England Drives Electric

ENE works with numerous businesses, residents and utilities to help promote the principles of conservation, efficiency, and environmental stewardship, and advances the many benefits available through integrated sustainability planning.

4. Green Energy Consumer Alliance

GECA helps you make climate-friendly energy choices and advocates for climate-friendly policy in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

5. IRS Credits and Reductions

The IRS is working on implementing the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. Here they post guidance for taxpayers on all credits and deductions from the Inflation Reduction Act as it becomes available.

6. New York Times: Electric Vehicle Costs

Read the NYT's Electric Vehicles Could Match Gasoline Cars on Price This Year. Competition, government incentives and falling raw material prices are making battery-powered cars more affordable sooner than expected.


1. 350 MASS: The Better Future Project

Transportation accounts for 39% of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Massachusetts, the largest of any energy sector. The 350 Mass Transportation Working Group (TWG) advocates for a drastic reduction in these emissions, achieved through measures that are socially just and equitable.

2. Livable Streets

LivableStreets envisions a world where streets are safe, vibrant public spaces that connect people to the places where they live, work, and play. They advocate for practical, people-centered transportation systems in Metro Boston that can dismantle invisible barriers that divide neighborhoods, communities, and people.