In an effort to wean California off carbon emissions, Governor Gavin Newsom has issued an executive order to ban sales of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035. The state's Air Resources Board will work out the details. It's a big move, but environmentalists say it's not big enough to slow climate change. We'll hear from energy experts about what else will have to change to accommodate all those electric and battery powered cars on the road. And how the market might be different next time you head out to kick some tires.
Time is Running Out for the Combustion Engine in California
Russ Mitchell, automotive reporter, Los Angeles Times
Gladys Limon, executive director, California Environmental Justice Alliance
Ethan Elkind, director of the Climate Program at the Center for Law, Energy and the Environment, UC Berkeley School of Law; host of the new podcast, Climate Break
Catherine Reheis-Boyd, president, Western States Petroleum Association