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In Southern California and other parts of the world, regulators are coalescing to ban, or severely curtail, diesel vehicles. There’s a growing disconnect with the mandates to green the environment and the availability of products and technologies to get us there.

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Roush CleanTech's Roadshow

Roush CleanTech stopped in Los Angeles Thursday as part of its California Roadshow, a three-city tour dedicated to showcasing the benefits of alternative fuels.

Maximize Fuel Efficiency as a Sustainability Goal

Sustainability initiatives will continue to play an important, albeit complex, role in corporate fleets of today and tomorrow. There are a number of excellent alternative-fuel solutions currently available in the market and there are a growing number of fleets that have successfully implemented these solutions. But what can fleets do, whose spirit is green, but whose fiscal reality and operating requirements present road blocks to implementing corporate sustainabililty goals?

Making Sustainability Work: 10 Ways to Turn Users Into Stakeholders

The No.1 reason corporate sustainability programs are not “sustainable” is due to driver non-compliance. To make sustainability programs work, you need to turn drivers into stakeholders in the program. The overwhelming majority of drivers want to do the right thing; but most do not see sustainability as part of their job responsibilities. How do you create a corporate culture that encourages compliance with corporate sustainability policy?

Implementing Green Options in the Real World

A fleet manager has investigated and implemented alternative fuel and alternative power such as hybrids, all electrics, CNG, propane, clean diesel and biodiesel versus traditional gas. Which solutions are working best for his fleet of trucks, buses and vans?

Right-Sizing Is an Easy Way to Green Your Fleet

There’s a direct correlation between vehicle weight, fuel economy, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Ultimately, the fleet application dictates vehicle size. But when it is possible to do so, right-sizing vehicles reduces fuel consumption, which, in turn, reduces GHG emissions. Right-sizing is a complex strategy that goes far beyond simply downsizing to a smaller class of vehicle.