Tesla’s Main Problem. Which is OUR problem.

While I’m certainly happy for Tesla’s successes to this point, I’m very concerned with the company’s direction. Below, I will illustrate the cause for this concern.

Approximately eight months ago, the IPCC report made it abundantly clear what we must do to limit global warming to 1.5°C. [For the purposes of this discussion, and to avoid getting sidetracked, I will not engage the debate…

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I’m a sustainability advocate working to promote proliferation and understanding of electric vehicles and photovoltaic technology. Please send your questions!

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I’m a sustainability advocate working to promote proliferation and understanding of electric vehicles and photovoltaic technology. Please send your questions!

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