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January 13, 2021The COVID-19 pandemic has left no company or industry untouched. While it has increased e-commerce demand, it has also created difficulties for operations, outreach and sustainability efforts.
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January 12, 2021Rideshare vehicles are widely believed to have larger carbon footprints than personal vehicles, so electrifying them seems likely to deliver greater emissions reductions than electrifying personal passenger cars.
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January 8, 2021The Kansas City Regional and Central Kansas Clean Cities Coalitions, programs of Metropolitan Energy Center, have issued a request for proposals for alternative fuel deployments in Kansas and Missouri.
January 7, 2021NTEA adopted a climate change policy that continues the Association’s commitment to facilitating productive use of alternative fuels and advanced technologies for commercial vehicles.
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January 6, 2021The newly approved policy provides NTEA the opportunity to educate the public, regulators and legislators about how the industry is already putting in place solutions to society’s environmental concerns
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January 6, 2021Port of Tyne in the UK has announced that it has reduced carbon emissions by 700t in approximately 12 months after adopting the strategy of clean energy and decarbonisation.
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January 5, 2021DHL Supply Chain has established a range of environmental, social and governance (ESG) programs that the company says it plans to continue building upon.
January 1, 2021Semi-trailer manufacturer Wabash National has hopped on the bandwagon and shared its first sustainability report. A growing number of companies throughout supply chains are disclosing efforts and goals to operate more sustainably.
December 23, 2020Three states and Washington, D.C. are collaborating to reduce pollution while also promoting clean transportation.
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December 21, 2020The government of Canada on Dec. 18 published proposed regulations for its Clean Fuel Standard. Final regulations are expected to be published next year, with the CFS scheduled to come into force on Dec. 1, 2022.
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December 21, 2020With a focus on enabling corporate retailers to reduce emissions and meet their sustainability goals, GreenPath Logistics is a growing natural gas trucking company.
December 15, 2020This week a group of seven truck makers, including Volvo, Scania, Ford and Daimler, agreed to stop selling diesel-powered trucks by 2040, a decade earlier than previously planned.
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December 14, 2020The European Commission is aiming to convert nearly all cars, buses and heavy-duty vehicles to zero emissions by 2050.
December 10, 2020Although significant hurdles remain, recent advances in electric-vehicle technology and the broader movement to reduce carbon emissions are creating market conditions that are increasingly favorable for electrification.
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