We advance Policies to cut Gasoline use at Speed and Scale

Scientists have issued a clear warning: to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, we must cut emissions 50% by 2030, and 100% by 2050. Coltura works to achieve these targets for emissions from light duty vehicles - our cars, trucks and SUVs. We advance research and policies to prioritize the biggest gasoline users' switch to EVs, and we work to accelerate the date by which all new cars sold are electric.

We change the culture
of acceptability of gasoline
Coltura's name is a mashup of CO2 and culture. We want to change the culture of acceptability of gasoline – to change people’s satisfaction with gasoline to dissatisfaction with this polluting, expensive fuel. Just as the no-smoking movement highlighted the dangers of second-hand smoke, the beyond-gasoline movement highlights the health, equity and climate harms of gasoline through art, social media and public performances.

Gasoline Consumption Map – Desktop – 1Gasoline Consumption Map – Desktop – 2
Gasoline Data Insights – Desktop – 1Gasoline Data Insights – Desktop – 2
EV Cost Savings Calculator – Desktop – 1EV Cost Savings Calculator – Desktop – 2
EV Adoption Forecaster – Desktop – 1EV Adoption Forecaster – Desktop – 2.1


We at Coltura acknowledge the original peoples of the lands in which we work. We recognize our headquarters are on the unceded ancestral homelands of the Duwamish people of Seattle and the Ramaytush Ohlone community of the San Francisco Peninsula.

We offer to join our efforts to help heal the land to the centuries of work that indigenous communities have done, and continue to do, to protect the Earth. We recognize that Duwamish and Ramaytush Ohlone peoples have fought valiantly and at great cost to protect their lands, waters, and cultures against extreme violence and honor them for their enduring commitment to this planet.