Industry should speak up against PruittOct. 16
Trump pick no stranger to EPA air officeOct. 9
'17 diesel Rams are finally on dealer lotsOct. 7
EPA review: Whose facts will prevail?Oct. 1
The auto industry says it just wants a fair process that includes the most accurate, up-to-date models, data and assumptions. But EPA critics see a broader assault on scientific principles underpinning federal environmental policy.
California sets demands for emissions talks with automakers, White HouseSept. 22
California may reopen discussions on its greenhouse gas limits for cars and trucks for 2025, so long as automakers and the Trump administration embrace significantly tougher targets the state is seeking for later years.
Consumers Union wants mpg ratings for heavy-duty pickupsSept. 22
Oge urges Bill Ford to lead on emissions standardsSept. 25
3rd-grader schools EPASept. 18
So much technology, so little progress?Sept. 10
Emissions Analytics has tested more than 500 vehicles in the U.S. since 2013, seeking to determine what trends in the automotive space actually have a meaningful impact on fuel economy and greenhouse-gas emissions.
Suppliers warn EPA against regulatory rollbackSept. 11
CAFE standards review faces public hearingSept. 5
The EPA on Wednesday will hold its first and only public hearing in its review of the Obama-era fuel-economy standards for model years 2021-25, which are getting a second look at the behest of automakers.
U.S. opens comment period for review of mpg rulesAug. 10
The federal government began seeking public comments for a review of tougher U.S. vehicle fuel-efficiency standards put in place by the Obama administration. The review by the Department of Transportation and EPA is widely seen as a preamble to loosening fuel-economy standards, handing a victory to the auto industry.