The Environmental Protection Agency said Nov. 9 it will consider adopting stricter rules on locomotive emissions in response to concerns raised by California regulators.
Companies are interested in adopting zero-emission (ZET) alternatives, but there remain significant concerns for the near-term. This report discusses what we know today, details the pros and cons of alternative energies, and reviews what transportation fleets are doing to help ensure they are ready for the future.August 1, 2022
A Connecticut effort to curb carbon-spewing emissions from large trucks by adopting California’s clean air regulations moved forward March 28, despite heavy criticism from opponents who said it could lead to higher costs on Connecticut businesses.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government wants a 42% reduction in emissions from the oil and gas sector as part of Canada’s plan to meet its 2030 emissions reduction goal.
Germany threw its weight behind a European Union proposal that only emission-free new cars and vans can be sold from 2035 as the bloc moves forward in talks on an ambitious green overhaul at a time of an extraordinary energy crisis.
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is restoring California’s authority to set its own tailpipe pollution standards for cars, reversing a Trump administration policy and likely ushering in stricter emissions standards for new passenger vehicles nationwide.
The Biden administration is moving to restore California’s legal power to lead the nation in stifling auto emissions and accelerating the transition to electric vehicles.
A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, one of the world’s largest oil consumers, is ramping up plans to eliminate carbon emissions after finding green alternatives to fuel its fleet of ships.
President Joe Biden will direct federal agencies on Dec. 8 to spend billions on electric cars, clean electricity and upgraded buildings with the goal of reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, the White House said.
Shipping routes for the transport of iron ore from Australia to Japan and containerized goods from East Asia to Europe are at the center of plans to slash maritime carbon emissions by 2030.