A few years ago, the auto industry was in a kind of golden age.
The country’s auto makers were making cars with the most advanced safety features on the planet, and they were selling them in record numbers.
But as the planet warmed, the companies had to start cutting back on the amount of carbon dioxide they put into their engines.
That meant fewer engines, fewer cars and, eventually, fewer jobs.
Now, though, with the global economy growing at more than 4% a year, the automakers are starting to feel the pinch.
The auto industry’s carbon footprint is on track to surpass that of the U.S. economy by 2030.
And if that’s not bad enough, the country’s economy is expected to grow by 1.3% a month by 2020, which means the U,S.
will have more cars on the road than at any time since 1950.
So far, there’s no consensus on how to handle this changing climate.
But one industry group says the problem isn’t just climate change but also how the industry is treating its suppliers.
The American Petroleum Institute, an industry trade group, is calling for a new set of rules aimed at addressing climate change in a new report.
This is the first time the group has made the call publicly, and the organization says it’s calling for rules that would address the impact of climate change on the U to be in place before the end of the decade.
In other words, it wants the U auto industry to make sure it meets its emissions goals, and not just after the year 2020.
In fact, the American Petroleum Alliance has called on the administration to do more.
But there is also a real risk that if we do not act now, we will not be able to meet them.” “
We know that it will be harder to meet our CO2 reduction goals.
But there is also a real risk that if we do not act now, we will not be able to meet them.”
That’s why the group is proposing a set of new rules that will require companies to invest more in clean technology, better monitoring and technology that can make the cars more energy-efficient.
These rules would require automakers to make investments in new technologies to make their vehicles more fuel-efficient, reduce emissions of pollutants such as methane and carbon dioxide, and improve the fuel efficiency of their engines and vehicles.
The rules would also require automakers and other automakers to use technology to make cars more fuel efficient, like the ones being developed by automakers like Volkswagen, GM and General Motors.
The industry group also wants the government to require the companies that make cars to do a better job of meeting emissions targets.
But the groups’ proposal is not the only change they want to see from the administration.
The administration also wants to require automakers, refiners and other companies to sell their vehicles in countries that have lower pollution standards.
The proposal calls for that to happen through a rule called the Clean Air Act, which is currently being considered by Congress.
Under the Clean Act, states must make pollution-control rules for their entire states, and those rules would be set by the U government.
The groups are proposing a rule that would require all automakers, regardless of their location, to set emissions standards in their U.K. and other European nations, and then sell those vehicles there.
That’s a big step, because in the U., there are no national standards for cars.
The automakers and the trade group have been arguing that this new rule would make U.s. cars more competitive and would help the industry.
But with some companies like Volkswagen not selling their vehicles here, the group says, this new requirement will only hurt the U’s economy.
The government has said it doesn’t want to enforce the new rules.
So, as of today, the groups is asking the administration and Congress to do something to help the U automakers.
In the meantime, the industry group is taking the lead on its own initiative.
We want to get this on the table, and we have been trying to get the White House to commit to this,” said Shumakers.
Shumakers said he believes there is a clear consensus among industry groups and the administration that a new rule will be needed in the near future.
But the group’s efforts haven’t come without their share of bumps.
One of the problems with a rule like the one proposed by the American Petrol Institute is that it doesn’st really work.
Some of the groups are already working on a solution.
A few weeks ago, members of Congress introduced legislation that would allow states to set their own rules for the cars that automakers make.
The bill, the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act of 2016, has bipartisan support and has been on the president’s radar.
The president has also called for a rulemaking on this topic, but hasn’t yet put forward a proposal.
On Wednesday, the president said that the issue was being “attempted to be politicized.” He