CAR Management Briefing Seminars

Fuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Where does Policy go now? And, will the Market Follow?

Tuesday, August 1, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.


A new U.S. administration brings a different perspective regarding fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions.  With this new perspective comes strategic opportunity and great challenge.  Regardless of U.S regulations, the automotive industry likely faces increasingly stringent GHG regulation globally. This session will bring together key stakeholders to debate and illuminate the pathway to an effective, cohesive, and achievable national fuel economy and greenhouse gas policy.

  • Hear firsthand as regulators and industry representatives layout their case for effective fuel and emission regulation.
  • Gain a better understanding of the role states may play in setting stronger emissions regulation.
  • Learn where there may be common ground to move forward.

Brett Smith
Assistant Director, Manufacturing, Engineering & Technology Group, Center for Automotive Research


Mitch Bainwol
President & CEO, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
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John Bozzella
President & CEO, Global Automakers
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Christopher Grundler
Director, Office of Transportation and Air Quality, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Annette Hebert
Chief, Emissions Compliance, Automotive Regulations and Science (ECARS) Division, California Air Resources Board
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Peter K. Welch
President and CEO, National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA)
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Ann Wilson
Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association
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