Michael Cassidy

UC Berkeley

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Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley

Michael Cassidy on KCRW

When hybrids were first available, California handed out yellow bumper stickers to encourage sales of cleaner, high-mileage cars.

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When hybrids were first available, California handed out yellow bumper stickers to encourage sales of cleaner, high-mileage cars.

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