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What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for Environmental Managers?

What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for Environmental Managers?

What can businesses expect from a Donald Trump presidency in terms of changes in policy and enforcement of the country’s environmental laws?

Clinton vs. Trump: How Will Next President Affect Energy Sector, Carbon Emissions?

Clinton vs. Trump: How Will Next President Affect Energy Sector, Carbon Emissions?

US carbon emissions would be 16 percent higher — or 3.4 billion tons more — after two terms of a Trump presidency than they would after two terms of Hillary Clinton, according to Lux Research.

industrial plant emissions

What Does a Carbon Tax Mean for Manufacturing?

A carbon tax initiative — the first of its kind in the US — will go before Washington state voters next week.

coal power plant

Supercritical CO2 Power Plants Promise Efficiency Gains, Emissions Cuts. But Are They Commercially Feasible?

A $110 million experimental project aims to advance commercialization of supercritical CO2 power systems by testing the potential energy efficiency and cost benefits of this technology.

Biojet Fuels Key to Aviation Emission Cuts, Report Says

Biojet Fuels Key to Aviation Emission Cuts, Report Says

Biojet fuels will be key to achieving the aviation industry’s pledge to cut CO2 emissions to 0.2 billion tons (GT) in 2050 — half the 2005 figure — as opposed to the 2.1 GT projected by current growth rates, according to Lux Research. Biojet fuel innovations, led globally by Honeywell … Read more »

How UPS, DHL Drive Emissions Cuts, Efficiency Improvements in Transportation and Logistics

How UPS, DHL Drive Emissions Cuts, Efficiency Improvements in Transportation and Logistics

Transportation is a major source of carbon pollution, accounting for about 24 percent of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide in 2015. This means that for the US and other nations to meet their commitments under the Paris climate agreement, transportation emissions must be reduced. Looking specifically at road transportation emissions, analysis … Read more »

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Despite Lawsuits, EPA Investigation, Renewable Fuel Standard ‘Not Doomed’

In the latest efforts to repeal the US biofuel mandate, last week the American Petroleum Institute and the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers both filed lawsuits challenging the Renewable Fuel Standard, which requires refiners to blend corn-based ethanol with gasoline. The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) established … Read more »

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Does the Aircraft Emissions Standard Fall Short?

The first-ever global emissions standard for commercial aircraft — years in the making — moved closer to takeoff this week as the United Nation’s aviation body proposed carbon pollution limits for airplanes. The International Civil Aviation Organization did not release details of its proposal. But that hasn’t stopped the aviation … Read more »