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Member Companies Ranked Top Greenest Automakers

Member Companies Ranked Top Greenest Automakers

Many of our members recently received a gold star from the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) for being environmental stewards. (...)

A Guide to Green Car News on the Internet

A Guide to Green Car News on the Internet

The Environmental Protection Agency recently released a report detailing auto manufacturers’ performance in meeting the 2012 Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards. (...)

Earth Day Celebration Promotes Green Vehicles at DOT

Earth Day Celebration Promotes Green Vehicles at DOT

Spring is upon us in Washington and people from all over the country are here to enjoy the cherry blossom trees in full bloom. This exquisite display of beauty also serves as a reminder that everyone has a role to play to keep the environment clean. On Earth Day this year, the U.S. (...)

Global Automakers Supports EPA’s Move on Tier 3 Fuel Standards

Global Automakers Supports EPA’s Move on Tier 3 Fuel Standards

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last week announced its proposed rules for Tier 3 and market gasoline. (...)

U.S. Vehicle Fleet the Cleanest, Most Fuel Efficient in History

U.S. Vehicle Fleet the Cleanest, Most Fuel Efficient in History

A recent report by the EPA reported that fuel economy for 2012 fleets increased 1.4 mpg over the prior year. In emissions, that means a reduction of 374 grams of carbon dioxide per mile. Overall, U.S. fleets averaged 23.8 mpg in 2012, thanks in part to the clean vehicles our members produce. (...)

Honda garners high marks on carbon disclosure, countering greenhouse gas emissions

Honda garners high marks on carbon disclosure, countering greenhouse gas emissions

  One of Global Automakers’ members, Honda Motor Co., recently earned a top spot among companies in both Japan and worldwide that are working proactively to reduce their corporate carbon footprint. Honda achieved the second-highest disclosure score among Japanese companies and ranked in the top five worldwide companies who were part of the Carbon Disclosure Project’s 2012 Global 500 Climate Change Report, which examines the world’s 500 largest companies and their initiatives to counter global warming through disclosing information about their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. (...)

Automakers Support U.S. Fuel Efficiency Goals

Automakers Support U.S. Fuel Efficiency Goals

We are awaiting word on the publication of the final fuel economy and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions standards for 2017-2025, possibly sometime this week. This issue is obviously one we care about and prioritize at Global Automakers. (...)

More Consumers Put Fuel Economy on the Top of the List

More Consumers Put Fuel Economy on the Top of the List

Consumers’ are placing a higher importance on fuel efficient vehicles according to a recent Consumer Reports survey. (...)

Hyundai Calls for a Month Dedicated to Fuel Efficiency

Hyundai Calls for a Month Dedicated to Fuel Efficiency

Would you support a month dedicated to encouraging drivers to achieve better fuel economy? We do! (...)

One National Program, 3 Years Later

One National Program, 3 Years Later

May 19, 2012 marked the third anniversary of the Rose Garden ceremony where President Obama announced the establishment of One National Program.  It was an historic moment when the Administration, the Department of Transportation (DOT), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the State of California and the world’s largest auto manufacturers came toget (...)

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