Thanks to shelter-in-place orders, we car-lovin’ Californians are driving 75% less, according to one recent estimate from UC Davis. That's good for the environment in the short term, but it's not a sustainable way to lower emissions in the long term.
So what does this pandemic mean for the environment — and will it cause the Bay Area to step up its efforts to stave off the climate crisis, or pull back?
Guest: Kevin Stark, KQED science reporter
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