Two interstate companies operating heavy-duty truck fleets in California agreed to legal settlements with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
House Republicans approved a bill Dec. 6 to block strict new tailpipe pollution limits proposed by the Biden administration, calling the plan a back-door mandate for electric vehicles.
The Global Carbon Project estimates that worldwide carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels will rise 1.1% this year over 2022, to 36.8 billion metric tons, a new peak.
The Biden administration on Dec. 2 issued a final rule aimed at reducing methane emissions, targeting the U.S. oil and natural gas industry for its role in global warming.
Europe’s biggest container lines want to phase out ships powered only by fossil fuels, they say in a proposal jointly made by Mediterranean Shipping Co., Maersk, CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd.
AURORA, Colo. — Ports and shippers are exploring ambitious port digitization and tracking system projects that allow stakeholders across the supply chain to track cargo in real time.
Cummins Emission Solutions completed the acquisition of two Faurecia commercial vehicle manufacturing plants in Indiana and the Netherlands for $208.56 million, Cummins Inc. said.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Major corporations would have to disclose their direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions under legislation passed Sept. 11 by California lawmakers.
As corporate reporting on greenhouse gas emissions becomes commonplace, more shippers will turn to their freight transportation providers for help tracking their carbon footprints.
The University of Tennessee Fleet Sustainability Index contains emissions profiles for more than 400,000 motor carriers and millions of trucks.