Proposed Regulatory Rollback of Clean Car Standards

On August 24, 2018, the Trump Administration presented a proposal to roll back clean car standards with the Safer Affordable Fuel Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles rule, a move that will increase vehicle emissions of powerful greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change and harmful air pollutants that endanger people’s health. This proposal takes vehicle emissions standards in the wrong direction, resulting in increased air pollution, greater health risks and higher gas prices.  EPN and Save EPA Ann Arbor created the following documents to help EPA, reporters, other non-profit organizations, and Congress to understand this misguided proposal:

October 26, 2018
EPN and Save EPA Ann Arbor Comments on Proposal to Roll Back Clean Car Standards
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September 24 and 25, 2018
EPN and Save EPA Ann Arbor members shared oral and written testimony critiquing the significant dangers to health and the environment that would result from the proposed rule at EPA hearings in Fresno, CA, and Dearborn, MI:
Testimony of Dan Reich (CA), former EPA Assistant Regional Counsel in Region 9
Testimony of Patricia Koman, PhD (MI), former EPA Senior Environmental Scientist in the Office of Transportation and Air Quality
Testimony of Jeff Alson (MI), former EPA Senior Engineer and Policy Advisor in the Office of Transportation and Air Quality
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September 21, 2018
EPN and Save EPA Ann Arbor SAFE Fact Sheet
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