Entries by Tammie Cooper

Ground broken for Depot District Clean Fuels Tech Center

  By Utah Clean Cities- December 12, 2018 Utah Transit Authority (UTA) officials, joined by a host of Utah dignitaries, broke ground on the Depot District Clean Fuels Technology Center on Monday, October 22, 2018 at UTA’s headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. This long-awaited project will replace UTA’s outdated Central Bus Garage which is […]

SLC Parking Enforcement Electrifies Fleet! Saves 90% on Energy Costs.

SLC Parking Enforcement Electrifies Fleet, Saves 90% on Energy Costs   August 1, 2018  By Ryan Anderson, Salt Lake City Sustainability Intern The Salt Lake City Compliance Division has a colorful, new addition to their Parking Enforcement fleet. Four all-electric Chevrolet Bolts have replaced old JEEP Wranglers to deliver financial savings and notable pollution reductions. “It’s […]

How the ‘Inconvenient Youth’ Can Influence (Pester?) Others on Clean Air Action

By Edwin Stafford (ed.stafford@usu.edu) and Roslynn Brain (roslynn.brain@usu.edu) See the past winner posters here! Social influence is often instrumental for encouraging pro-social behavioral change in others.  Who else are the most influential in our lives but our own children – with whom we want to maintain mutual love and respect?   We call this the “Inconvenient […]