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Volvo announced last week that it is leaving the National Mining Association over the lobbying group's opposition to President Obama's Clean Power Plan.
EVs are the cleaner cars, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists, after a lengthy study compared EVs' environmental performance to that of gasoline-powered cars.
A map Volkswagen cars involved in the emissions scandal in California is out, days before the automaker offers a plan to compensate consumers.
More than 8 million Volkswagen cars will likely be subject to a mandatory recall in Europe as the fallout from the emissions scandal widens.
A bevy of lawsuits are already underway over Volkswagen’s admission that the company installed software that allowed 500,000 of its diesel-powered automobiles skirt U.S. federal emissions rules.
Volkswagen and Audi agreed to return “Green Car of the Year” awards won in 2009 and 2010 as the emissions scandal still unfolds.
According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the solution for the Volkswagen scandal is random emissions testing on cars when they are on the road.
The emissions scandal that Volkswagen has driven into keeps getting worse and could affect as many as 11 million of the German automaker’s vehicles.
The EPA accused Volkswagen of rigging its vehicles with software that “cheated” U.S. emissions testing; 482,000 cars could be subject to a recall.
It took years to complete, but the Dubai Tram is making a difference easing congestion in the United Arab Emirates’ largest city.
Last week Starbucks announced an agreement with Lyft that could be beneficial for Lyft drivers, riders and even for some Starbucks employees.
For years the United Arab Emirates had the lowest automobile fuel prices in the world, but that will change with the scrapping of fuel subsidies.