Canada Bucks Trump, Aligns Itself With California In Clean Car Standards

Eschewing U.S. President Donald Trump’s weakened fuel standards, Canada signed an agreement with California this week to work with the state on establishing their own greenhouse gas regulations and promoting clean energy vehicles. 

The memorandum the two governments signed Wednesday ends two decades of Canada aligning itself with U.S. fuel standards ― something the country said it was considering after Trump announced last summer that he was rolling back Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan mandating that automakers double the fuel economy of all new cars and light trucks.

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