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EPA won't back off 2025 greenhouse-gas emissions targets

The regulator says the technology is there and costs are falling.

Despite protests from some automakers, the US Environmental Protection Agency maintains its target for reduced greenhouse-gas emissions for 2025.

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EPA thinks cleaner school buses could keep kids healthier

Federal Agency Aims To Rid Roads Of 400 More Older Diesel Engines

Diesel fumes are harming the health of children who ride school buses, so the Environmental Protection Agency is helping to provide cleaner rides.

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EU turned to US to make VW diesel scandal public

EPA May Have Been More Vigilant Than EU

Some European regulators may have known about cheat software as far back as 2011.

Diesel engine manufacturers react to Navistar's Clean Air Act lawsuit

In a lawsuit filed in early July, Navistar, a U.S.-based manufacturer of heavy-duty diesel engines, accused U.S. Environmental Protection Agency director, Lisa Jackson, of not upholding the Clean Air Act and the Agency of not acting to protect public health. At issue is whether emissions-control systems that rely on a fluid (for example, a urea solut

Navistar sues EPA over Clean Air Act's diesel emissions rules

In a lawsuit filed earlier this month, Navistar, a U.S.-based manufacturer of heavy-duty diesel engines, accused U.S. Environmental Protection Agency director, Lisa Jackson, of not upholding the Clean Air Act and the Agency of not acting to protect public health.