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TESTIMONY: BlueGreen Alliance Testifies to EPA in Support of Fuel Efficiency Standards for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Engines and Vehicles
These standards will increase fuel efficiency and cut greenhouse gas emissions from long-haul trucks—along with full size pick-ups, other trucks, buses, and vocational vehicles and can also continue America’s auto and manufacturing resurgence.
Repair America is our grassroots campaign to rebuild our nation’s infrastructure to better meet the challenge of climate change, while building a more prosperous, clean economy. Modernizing and extending our broadband network is critical to this effort.
We applaud the latest effort at finding a bi-partisan solution to the antiquated and health-damaging current federal law regulating chemicals, we do not support S. 697 because it will not protect workers, families and children from toxic chemicals.
FACT SHEET: The Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (ATVM) Loan Program: A Success Building the Next Generation of Technology in America
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (ATVM) Loan Program plays a critical role in rebuilding U.S. manufacturing and to date has created or saved more than 35,000 direct manufacturing jobs.
Passenger Rail & Transit Rail Manufacturing in the U.S.—from the Environment Law and Policy Center and the BlueGreen Alliance shows transit and passenger rail systems support extensive manufacturing businesses and jobs across the country.
REPORT: Making the Grade: How Investments in America’s Infrastructure Benefit Our Economy and Environment
This innovative report shows that repairing America’s infrastructure could create 2.7 million jobs, increase the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by $377 billion,and reduce carbon pollution and other greenhouse gas emissions.
The BlueGreen Alliance urged President Obama to adopt a strong methane reduction strategy in order to advance the U.S. Climate Action Plan and meet the administration’s target of reducing the nation’s global warming pollution 17 percent by 2020.