Who We Are
The transportation sector currently generates the largest share of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States (29%) and a whopping 55.5% on Cape Cod, according to the region’s planning authority. Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation primarily come from burning fossil fuel for our cars, trucks, ships, trains, and planes.
We are planners, public transit providers, car owners, planning board members, bicycle advocates, municipal procurement officers, technology advocates, energy committee members, transport company leaders, and climate action network activists.
We believe that by using cleaner vehicle technologies, replacing private vehicle trips with public transit, and building more walkable communities we will help put the world on a path to avoid the worst impacts of climate change while delivering cleaner air and a more equitable and inclusive economy.
We are a new network and welcome your participation. We invite you to share your accomplishments, initiatives, challenges, and resources. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get more involved.