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trying to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases
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Lucas, a former chairperson of the House agriculture committee who has served in the House since 1994, has also taken a hard line against government action to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and been highly critical of EPA.
Pruitt, the former Oklahoma attorney general, is leading the efforts to roll back Obama-era environmental regulations, including the first limits on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants and an overhaul of clean-water rules.
The second category would send funds to the state's Dieselwise program, which matches federal funds for reducing diesel emissions through engine and vehicle replacements, exhaust after treatments, and other adaptive technologies.
All those features improve fuel economy, but none of them make a vehicle emissions-free.
The hope is to make this the most sustainable games ever, as Dezeen notes, with the city firmly committed to the 2016 Paris Agreement to reduce global carbon emissions.
In the fallout from the emissions scandal, demand has slumped across the region, the stronghold of diesel cars thanks to years of government support.
During the flower expo, steel mills in the city cut production to reduce emissions.
Even the nation’s most notorious polluters are uncomfortable with Donald Trump’s new executive action rolling back Barack Obama’s policies to reduce carbon emissions, protect the environment, and restrict the construction of new coal plants.
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