Positive Future #578 (Feature photo – Public Charging Point – Courtesy of Greenspot)
The idea of public-private partnerships is not new. Solving the climate crisis and even issues such as living wage jobs, food insecurity and affordable housing, is bringing an increasing emergence of public-private partnerships. While the basic financial system that invokes purchasing power stays the same, how we organize our lives and solve problems around that purchasing power is changing.
The Energy Collective brings us another example of public-private partnerships as the state of Massachusetts wants to ratchet up the use of electrified vehicles as a strategy to cut carbon emissions. You can read the full story here: