DEARBORN, MI – The California Air Resources Board is willing to give way to a national agenda on combating global warming, but until one exists it will continue to drive forward its plan to cut vehicle carbon-dioxide emissions 80% by 2050, a top official says. “There’s no pride involved here,” Thomas Cackette, chief deputy executive officer for CARB, tells Ward’s on the sidelines here at the DEER 2009 conference on Directions in Engine Efficiency and Emissions Research sponsored by the ...
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