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10 March 2003

Toyota settles US Clean Air Act suit for $34 mln [USA]

Author: Deborah Charles, Reuters

Toyota Motor Corp has pledged to improve anti-pollution controls on old, publicly owned buses that were not made by Toyota as part of a $34 million package to settle a Clear Air Act lawsuit, the U.S. Justice Department said..."With this bus retrofit...

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7 March 2003

United States Settles Clean Air Act Case Against Toyota

Author: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The Department of Justice and the Environment Protection Agency finalized a settlement of the government's lawsuit against Toyota...Toyota will spend $20 million on a supplemental environmental project to retrofit up to 3,000 public diesel fleet...

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31 May 2002

Major automakers' eco-friendly efforts

Author: Reuters

Tighter emission rules and worries about dependency on fossil fuels are spurring automakers around the world to develop eco-friendly vehicles [refers to Toyota, General Motors, DaimlerChrysler, Honda, Volkswagen, Ford, Ballard Power Systems]

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6 March 2002

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Desai Speaks Out On Mining, Cars, More

Author: UN Wire

The Aug. 26-Sept. 4 World Summit on Sustainable Development will be marked by a new level of support from business for sustainable development goals, summit head Nitin Desai told Le Figaro...Desai said...mining companies will be invited to seek new...

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6 March 2002

World Summit on Sustainable Development head says mining, auto & oil companies need new modes of sustainable operation: "All big businesses must become good planetary citizens"

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1 February 2002

Being seen to be green helps corporate image

Author: Michael Skapinker, Financial Times

An FT survey that gave companies plaudits for their environmental record included some surprise choices [includes reference to Body Shop, BP, Royal Dutch/Shell, Toyota, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, Vivendi, Honda, Ford, Siemens, GE, IBM,...

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