Cleaner Cars, Cleaner Air, Lives Saved - Compass

Sierra Club Compass

The Draft National Climate Assessment Report Available for Public Review » Cleaner Cars, Cleaner Air, Lives Saved. Here at the Sierra Club, we tend to believe that if you have the power to drastically reduce air pollution and save lives, you should use it. These standards will both reduce the amount of sulfur in U.S. The Tier 3 standards will have immediate, far-reaching impacts on reducing emissions from cars and drastically improving the air we breathe.

Obama Administration Moves Forward with Cleaner Tailpipe Standards

Sierra Club Compass

Today, the Obama administration is expected to release new cleaner tailpipe standards that will reduce smog-forming pollution, save lives and improve public health. These new safeguards will require that oil refineries reduce the sulfur content of gasoline and that automakers use advanced technology to slash tailpipe emissions of health-threatening air pollution. Overall, the cleaner tailpipe standards will add $6.1

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Trending Sources

Phinergy tests range-extending aluminum-air battery for EVs in Montreal

Green Prophet

This kind of range would bring EVs in direct competition with conventional cars, and Auto Net claims that costs will be competitive as well. In other words, this battery eliminates the most fundamental barrier to wider spread use of cleaner cars. Alcoa and Phinergy’s battery reduces emissions, they are recyclable and fully rechargeable, and they offer a high degree of safety without creating a huge expense.

Don’t Just Complain, Blame, or Worry. Do Something: How You Can Take Action for a Sustainable Planet

Cool Green Science

The Act required tail pipe emissions to be reduced by 75% in just five years. The auto industry said it would be impossible. We rather easily met the five-year deadline, and continue to reduce auto pollution every year. percent cleaner than they were in 1970. That’s why we can all breathe cleaner air and enjoy blue skies over our cities. Be aware of your carbon footprint—and take steps to reduce it.

2017 59

Insuring Nature, Ensuring Resilience

Cool Green Science

You’re studying new emerging markets and creative approaches to building resilience and reducing risk. Or, investing in watershed conservation upstream can improve water quality and reduce treatment costs for beverage companies and utilities. That friction reduces the wave’s force—that’s the wave’s ability to cause damage and erosion onshore. So, we know how much risk we can reduce with nature.

2017 50