Arizona Starts to Cut Greenhouse Gases From Vehicles

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Source: Environment News Service (ENS)

In the 10 years from 1990 to 2005, greenhouse gas emissions in Arizona grew by 56 percent, the fastest rate of growth of any state in the country.

In an attempt to limit this growth, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has begun its formal rulemaking process to adopt a clean car program with new standards to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from passenger vehicles, ADEQ Director Steve Owens announced today.

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