Ron Cogan, the well-known editor and publisher of Green Car Journal, has launched CarsOfChange ™, an all-new auto enthusiast website covering “the most important topics of the day like fuel efficiency and reducing oil dependence, while emphasizing the joy of driving and car ownership,” Cogan says. The publication profiles trends, developments, and road tests by seasoned auto writers who understand the evolving intersection of automobiles, energy, and the environment – along with the convergence of sophisticated electronics in cars. The website is unique among major auto enthusiast publications because it showcases the perspective of the nation’s most high-profile environmental organizations, science and efficiency experts, and auto industry executives. The Sierra Club, Natural Resources Defense Council, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, Argonne National Laboratory, Global Green USA, SoCal Gas, 3M, and the Union of Concerned Scientists are sharing perspectives.
If you visit the website, you can read articles on electronics and education on efficient driving, the latest developments on natural gas transportation, and Fisker Automotive CEO Henrik Fisker talking about the latest on its Karma plug-in hybrid and the birth of a brand. “Cars of Change will get gearheads talking about the future of vehicles from the technological, environmental, and enthusiast perspectives — all in the same place,” says Therese Langer, Transportation Program Director of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE).