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Volkswagen Needs to Adopt 21st Century Sustainability Management

September 29, 2015 by Steven Cohen

Volkswagen's deliberate and systematic effort to violate clean air rules is a shameful scandal, but it is also an example of management incompetence. Like BP's inability to manage its drilling contractors in the Gulf of Mexico, it is an example of massive and predictable management failure.[read more]

Californians Can Handle the Truth About Gas Prices

August 12, 2014 by Severin Borenstein

California Fuel Costs and Emissions

Concerns that cap-and-trade will drive up gas prices in California resulted in a letter from Assemblymember Perea and 15 other Democrats asking the California Air Resources Board to delay this expansion of the cap-and-trade program to include transportation fuels from January 1, 2015 to January 1, 2018.[read more]

American Drivers of New Cars Emit 22% Less CO2 that 6 Years Ago. What Happened?

June 28, 2014 by Lindsay Wilson

Autobmobile Emissions Reduction

After almost three decades of stagnancy US fuel economy is finally on the move. Its actually quite something. Fuel consumed peaked in 2004, miles driven in 2006 and vehicle numbers topped out in 2008. Could motorization in the US have peaked? That’s a tough one, but driving emissions may well have.[read more]