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"Emission Control Area" Means Healthier Air for Millions of Americans WASHINGTON, March 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new report released today finds that more than 87 million Americans live in port areas that are not meeting federal health-based air quality standards.
WASHINGTON, March 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is a statement by John McEleney, chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association, regarding the Model Year 2011 fuel economy standard: "By setting a fuel economy standard higher than what California regulators have proposed, the Obama administration today removed the last argument for state-by-state regulation of fuel economy.
Complaint Is Part of National Initiative to Stop Illegal Pollution from Coal-Fired Power Plants WASHINGTON, Feb.
The EUREKA E! 3734 i-StARS project is developing a compact, fully integrated and low-cost start-stop system for cars to replace conventional alternators in mass production.
German automakers will hold their own in U.S.
An estimated 10 percent of vehicles in Beijing will be removed as of Thursday following the launch of a new initiative aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Power Plants Must Prepare to Meet Ozone, Fine Particulate Emissions Standards Jan. 1 HARRISBURG, Pa., Dec. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania will move ahead with its plans to implement the federal Clean Air Interstate Rule on Jan.
Chinese government regulators had clearer skies and easier breathing in mind in the summer of 2008 when they temporarily shuttered some factories and banished many cars in a pre-Olympic sprint to clean up Beijingâ€™s air.
European Union governments made progress Monday on an agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars, but did not reach consensus on the details, diplomats said.
In a surprising backlash on Thursday against the motor industry's efforts to ease its burden in the fight against climate change, European Union lawmakers rejected a bid to delay planned limits on carbon dioxide emissions from cars.
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