The EV Transition Isn’t Just About Cars – The Broader Goal Should Be Access to Clean Mobility for Everyone

February 1, 2023


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5-15 mins
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Presented by The Conversation

As battery electric vehicle sales increase and the shift is made to clean transportation and energy, how can the economic and environmental benefits of this shift be felt equitably? In an article for The Conversation, U-M professor Sita M. Syal suggests that people who bear the most burdens in our current transportation systems often receive the fewest benefits and are least able to change their situations. Syal explores the equity considerations of clean transportation and highlights four key issues that she believes should be front and center in the transition to clean energy solutions.

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