Daniel Gatti

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Daniel Gatti is a policy analyst for the Clean Vehicles program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. Gatti’s work is focused on efforts to reduce emissions in the transportation sector in the Northeast region, through electrification, efficiency, and clean fuels. Before joining UCS, Gatti was the executive director of the Massachusetts League of Environmental Voters. He also co-founded and served as executive director for Climate XChange, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit advocating for carbon pricing, as well as the Massachusetts Campaign for a Clean Energy Future, a statewide coalition of organizations working to put a price on carbon. Prior to that, Gatti directed the Get Off Oil program for Environment America, where he helped lead that organization’s efforts to reduce oil consumption and oppose dirty fuels, including leading efforts to increase vehicle fuel efficiency and stop tar sands oil extraction, and helping to launch the Charge Ahead California campaign to increase access to clean cars. Gatti earned a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center, and a B.A. in political science from Guilford College.

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Why You Can’t Buy a Tesla in Connecticut (and 5 Other States)

Tesla is legally prohibited from operating its Tesla stores in Connecticut. Why? Read more >

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Massachusetts Moves to Limit Pollution from Transportation: 5 Things you Should Know

The state of Massachusetts has been an important leader in the fight to protect our climate from global warming. But there’s one area where Massachusetts continues to struggle: controlling pollution from transportation. Read more >

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