Environment director says the equipment must be able to send data directly to the department.
Airlines and local governments will have to find other ways to mitigate the impact of air travel in Asia.
Global automakers are wrestling with increasing regulatory scrutiny and pressure on earnings amid record development expenses to roll out electric and self-driving vehicles.
Five senior managers are being probed at the German sports car maker over "unjustified" and "disproportionately large" payments to a former works council leader.
Volkswagen must now reduce its emissions to avoid fines from the EU from 2020, which is set at €95 per gram above 95 g CO2/km, per car.
The authors say their estimates are conservative as their study does not take into account all types of harmful emissions or pollution-linked diseases.
It has been found the BMW Group didn't alter the emissions of their cars but made a technical mistake with emission standards applicable to 8,000 cars.
The automaker has been investigating concerns raised by employees that incorrect calculations were used to translate test results into the mileage and emissions data submitted to regulators.
Europe’s biggest oil company says it plans to reduce its net carbon footprint by half by 2050.
The aim is to eliminate the procurement of endangered species identified by the WWF and make dining a more environmentally-friendly endeavour.
Fiat Chrysler has denied any wrongdoing and previously said there was never an attempt to create software to cheat emissions rules.
In 2020 Volkswagen Group will see costs of about 1 billion euros related to emissions cheating.
The automobile industry meanwhile had strongly rallied against the move warning that it could affect jobs.
The bloc will likely ignore pleas regarding the next set of proposed reduction targets.
The company has argued it did not inform investors of the issue because it did not want to endanger the chance of reaching a settlement with the US authorities.
Environmentalists say livestock farming is a major contributor to global warming.
Structural economic changes have allowed China to meet emission targets earlier than expected.
The new law is supported by most of the Netherlands' political parties. (AFP pic)
US industry emits some 13 million metric tons of methane each year.
The money will be spent of 730 CNG vehicles and five fuelling stations.
The ruling promoted by Urgenda required the Dutch government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% over 1990 levels by 2020.
The tourism industry's carbon footprint has been expanding rapidly.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said that the Canadian government's imposition of a carbon tax on Saskatchewan violates the Canadian constitution.
New rules on emissions drastically cut the amount of sulfur that the world’s ships can emit.
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