Moving Targets: Four years ago, the Hawai`i Clean Energy Initiative issued a “road map” identifying strategies for reducing the use of fossil fuels in the transportation sector. So how is that working out?
Last month, the state released a draft report on progress toward those goals. And the news isn’t very good.
The road map had a target of reducing vehicle miles traveled in 2015 a modest 2 percent from miles traveled in 2010. Instead, there was a 14 percent increase in . . .
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