The Environmental Protection Agency has announced a rulemaking to revise standards for model year 2022-2025 light duty vehicles. EPA determined current standards may be too stringent. The reconsidered Midterm Evaluation could result in competing standards, as well as increased pollution and fuel costs for consumers. The transportation sector is now the single largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. This webinar will provide an overview of federal agency announcements and examine current state collaborations to limit vehicle emissions.
Research Professor, University of Michigan Energy Institute
John M. DeCicco is a research professor at the University of Michigan Energy Institute where he addresses energy and environmental challenges through an interdisciplinary approach anchored in physical science and synthesizing insights from economics, other social sciences and public policy.
Executive Director, International Council on Clean Transportation
Drew Kodjak is the executive director of the International Council on Clean Transportation, an organization that he co-founded in 2005 to support governments in the top vehicle markets develop policies to improve the environmental performance and energy efficiency of all modes of vehicles and fuels.
Deputy Commissioner, New York Department of Environmental Conservation
Jared Snyder is the Deputy Commissioner of Air Resources, Climate Change & Energy at the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, where he oversees New York’s development and implementation of clean air programs and programs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, including the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
Fatima Maria Ahmad — Moderator
Solutions Fellow, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Fatima Maria Ahmad is a Solutions Fellow at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) where she focuses on transportation policy, including federal vehicle standards and state collaborations to reduce vehicle emissions.