It’s official: by 2035, California will end the sale of new gas-powered vehicles. State air regulators approved the plan yesterday, but it started back in 2020 when Gov. Gavin Newsom first presented the idea through an executive order. So how big of a dent could this make in addressing the climate crisis?
Guest: Kevin Stark, KQED climate editor
This episode first aired on Sept. 25, 2020.
Electric day in California: State phases out sales of gas cars
California Moves to Phase Out Sale of New Gas-Powered Cars and Light Trucks by 2035
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