Program Airs: October 5, 2 p.m. ET MVT Solutions (a subsidiary of Mesilla Valley Transportation) shows the value of a good sustainability program and how it adds profits, saves time, and reduces GHG emissions at a faster rate. The simple 3-step process involves understanding the fleet, testing, and educated implementation. Done correctly, this turns a cost-center into a profit-center.October 5, 2023
Many of the major players in the trucking industry say they generally are supporters of the goals of the EPA’s Phase 3 proposed rule, but they have concerns that the phase-in is moving too fast.June 27, 2023
The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed its most aggressive emission mandates for cars and heavy trucks while seeking input about how to achieve its plans.
Federal regulators have proposed a new climate-reporting rule that would require large federal contractors to publicly disclose their greenhouse gas emissions, climate-related financial risks and science-based emissions reduction targets.November 17, 2022
Legislation that aims to reduce emissions at commercial ports and freight corridors is topping Senate Democrats’ legislative priorities ahead of the upcoming congressional summer recess.
The Federal Highway Administration has announced a notice of proposed rulemaking for states and municipalities to track and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.July 7, 2022
A divided federal appeals court has thrown out portions of the 2016 Phase 2 greenhouse gas emissions rule that would have required heavy- and medium-duty trailers for the first time ever to adopt some combination of fuel-saving technologies.November 12, 2021
A wide-ranging coalition of business, science and environmental groups is calling on the Biden administration to within the next 18 months set “multi-pollutant climate and clean air standards” that will eliminate particulate matter, oxides of nitrogen and greenhouse gas emissions from new freight trucks and buses.March 25, 2021
WASHINGTON — General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota and many others in the auto industry are siding with the Trump administration in a lawsuit over whether California has the right to set its own greenhouse gas emissions and fuel-economy standards.
For the first time in 40 years, power plants are no longer the biggest source of U.S. greenhouse gas pollution. That dubious distinction now belongs to the transport sector: cars, trucks, planes, trains and boats.