Congressman calls for hearing on California truck emissions rules

Whistler, Deborah
April 2012
Fleet Owner Blog;4/4/2012, p3
Blog Entry
The article reports that U.S. Representative Peter DeFazio requested the Subcommittee on Highways and Transit to conduct a hearing to examine two California Air Resources Board (CARB) truck emissions rule, the On-Road Heavy Vehicles (In-Use) regulation and the Heavy-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction regulation.


Related Articles

  • WASTE NEWS POLL.  // Waste News;4/2/2007, Vol. 12 Issue 24, p8 

    The article presents results of an Internet survey to know whether Europe's greenhouse gas pact will affect governmental policy of the U.S. on emissions. 25.5% of the respondents said that the pact will significantly affect U.S. government policy on emission. While, 48.7% of the respondents...

  • Oil Sands GHGs Will Negate Canada's Clean Energy Gains. HOLLY, CHRIS // Energy Daily;8/12/2011, Issue 154, p3 

    The article discusses Environment Canada's report which examined Canada's progress towards reducing its total greenhouse gas emissions below levels by 2020. The report indicates Canada will have to reduce annual emissions to 607 mmtCO2e by 2020 to meet its pledge in the Copenhagen Accord. It...

  • New Mexico Board Repeals 2010 Greenhouse Cap-And-Trade Rules.  // Energy Daily;2/8/2012, Issue 27, p6 

    The article reports that the New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board (EIB) has voted to repeal a 2010 regulation requiring PNM Resources and other major greenhouse gas emitters in the state to reduce their emissions by two percent annually.

  • Budgets should cover all greenhouse gases, hints advisory body.  // ENDS (Environmental Data Services);May2008, Issue 400, p46 

    The article reports on the role of the Committee on Climate Change in Great Britain in efforts to tackle climate change. The key task of the committee in 2008 is to produce a report by December 2008 advising the government on carbon dioxide emission reduction targets for 2020 and 2050, and on...

  • Technology Policy and World Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the AMIGA Modeling System. Hanson, Donald A.; Laitner, John A. "Skip" // Energy Journal;Multi-Greenhouse Gas Mitigation, Vol. 27, p355 

    In this paper we examine the interaction between technology policy and its impact on the full basket of worldwide greenhouse emissions over the 21st century. The heart of the analysis is the Argonne National Laboratory's AMIGA Modeling System, a technology rich, general equilibrium model that...

  • New HD oil category coming. Mele, Jim // Fleet Owner Exclusive Insight;2/10/2012, p3 

    The article reports on the start of work to develop Proposed Category 11 (PC-11), a heavy-duty oil category requested by engine makers to help them meet carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions standards in the U.S. The American Petroleum Institute (API) approved the development of the...

  • Design Principles and Remaining Needs for U.S. Federal Climate Policy: Emission Fees. Higgins, Paul A. T. // Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society;May2010, Vol. 91 Issue 5, p601 

    Reducing greenhouse gas emissions almost certainly requires adding a price to those activities that cause emissions. Policy makers have largely overlooked the most direct option, which is to set a price on emissions (an emission fee), and therefore may be missing an opportunity to reduce the...

  • WpÅ‚ywy budżetowe ze sprzedaży uprawnieÅ„ do emisji gazów cieplarnianych w systemie ETS oraz możliwe warianty ich alokacji. Marchewka-Bartkowiak, Kamilla // Studia BAS;2012, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p137 

    In this paper the author presents an analysis of options for registering and allocating funds from the sale of rights to greenhouse gas emissions in the state budget, taking into account their volume and impact resulting from the preliminary estimates of selected research institutions and...

  • EmissÕes de gases do efeito estufa por desmatamento e incêndios florestais em Roraima: fontes e sumidouros. Fearnside, Philip Martin; Barbosa, Reinaldo Imbrozio; Pereira, Vaneza Barreto // Revista Agro@mbiente On-line;jan-abr2013, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p95 

    Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from Roraima State - Brazil are directly related to human occupation and to land-use changes in forest ecosystems. Geo-economic and political considerations were the basis for the development and consolidation of settlement areas for small farmers and for...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics