The Climate Protection Campaign has just released a new video explaining their work and unveiling a new initiative to help achieve Sonoma County's goal of dropping emmissions levels to 25% below 1990 levels by 2015.
The Campaign is leading efforts to create a sustainable local model for energy conservation that other communities can follow. Toward that end, they’ve just announcedtheir new “Real-Time Ride Sharing Program” which pairs drivers and riders using Smart Phone technology, and provides stipends for the drivers.
The Sonoma County Transit Authority has put out an RFP to provide and customize real-time ridesharing software for the pilot program. Here’s the link for more information: http://climateprotection.org/request-for-proposals-real-time-ridesharing-software
Watch the Video: