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Lamborghini has announced plans to cut CO2 emissions across its range by 35 percent by 2015 and from its Santâ€™Agata Bolognese factory by 30 percent by 2010.
18 April, 2009 04:01:00The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a proposed finding Friday that greenhouse gases contribute to air pollution that may endanger public health or welfare.
01 April, 2009 03:35:00Fordâ€™s actions to reduce the amount of energy used to manufacture vehicles and support its U.S. operations have earned it the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencyâ€™s coveted 2009 ENERGY STAR Award for the fourth consecutive year.
23 March, 2009 06:30:00Mazda has developed a world-first recycling technology which enhances the process it uses to recycle used bumpers from vehicles, whose useful life has ended, into raw plastic resin for use in new vehicle bumpers.
12 March, 2009 01:19:00New car CO2 emissions in UK fell by their biggest ever margin in 2008 with the average model now emitting just 158.0g/km - 4.2% less than the 2007 figure and 16.8% down on the 189.8g/km base level in 1997.
21 February, 2009 03:46:00Honda's auto plants in Ohio and Alabama have received Energy Star awards from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for advances in curbing energy use during the production of passenger cars and light trucks.
18 February, 2009 03:58:00BMW Manufacturing announced that it has begun a study into the feasibility of using wind energy on the plant site.
20 December, 2008 07:04:00Toyota has issued its eighth annual update on progress toward the goals and targets in the company's 2011 Environmental Action Plan (EAP).
19 November, 2008 09:28:00American Honda has certified five new green buildings under the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards this year as part of an effort to further reduce the environmental impact of Honda's operations and products in the U.S.
08 October, 2008 03:05:00Car manufacturers are on track to meet CO2 emissions of 130 g/km by 2012 in the UK. Average CO2 emissions for new cars now stands at 156.6g/km â€“ thatâ€™s 7.4g/km or by 4.5 percent less than a year ago.
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