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UCS Slams Auto Manufacturers’ Response To Fuel Economy Rollback Scheme

November 14th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

Two professional associations, both of whom say they are committed to environmental policies that benefit Americans, make for good PR but actions speak louder than words. According to an analysis by the Union of Concerned Scientists, both groups have submitted comments regarding the proposed rollback of fuel economy standards that would rip the heart out of the deal they all agreed to with the Obama administration back in 2008. In fact, as bad as the rollback plan from our so-called government is, the AGA proposal is actually worse.

Toyota, VW, & Volvo: Driving Backwards On Climate?

November 7th, 2017 | by Years of Living Dangerously

Volkswagen, Toyota, and Volvo all recently made big announcements about their plans to manufacture electric vehicles. That’s great news for the climate, but before we declare these automakers climate champions, we should also take a long, hard look at how they’re spending their lobbying money in the US.

Fuel Economy Lies From Automakers Exposed

January 3rd, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

Automakers are not stupid and they have every right to make as much money as they can possibly stuff into their wallets. But deliberately lying to people to cover up your own greed-induced behavior is despicable.

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