Getting climate, energy & environment news right.

California gas prices hit record for second consecutive day

California gas prices hit record for second consecutive day

Jeremy Beaman of The Washington Examiner reports that California gas prices have hit an all-time record.

The C3 Take
  • On Monday the price of gasoline in California reached $4.682 per gallon.
  • As we are seeing in California, a top-down, “everything but” approach to energy that demonizes fossil fuels hurts consumers and stalls environmental progress.
  • To meaningfully tackle climate change we should unleash American innovation and embrace an “all of the above” approach to energy.

“The state’s average price for a gallon of regular gas went up from $4.671 on Sunday, which itself broke an all-time record set in 2012, according to AAA.

Read the full article here.

Copyright © 2020 Conservative Coalition for Climate Solutions

Join the Movement

Help us promote free market solutions for climate change.

Download Now

The Left’s Top 10 Climate Denials

Download Now

nikola-majksner-hXNGeAFOgT4-unsplash