California to ban the sale of diesel-powered trucks by 2040

October 5, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


The California Air Resources Board (CARB) proposed banning the sale of diesel commercial trucks by 2040. The proposal comes just weeks after the state had to battle with high temperatures that threatened to cause blackouts throughout the state.

California has consistently taken bold steps toward aiding in climate change. However, some of its actions have also come under close scrutiny. Its latest proposal is expected to meet opposition from the trucking industry players and other interested parties.


Read the full article at: inhabitat.com

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