CARB Seeks To Retain Strict Vehicle GHG Rules With Oil, Auto Sector Threats
August 07, 2018
California is taking a major step to retain its current vehicle greenhouse gas rules in the face of EPA plans to block or reverse them, clarifying that automakers would only be “deemed to comply” with state standards if they are meeting current limits and that if the state is “prevented” from meeting its emissions goals, it may craft new rules, such as for the oil sector. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) Aug. 7 unveiled its long-expected proposal to...
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