"But [the administration's] estimate is undoubtedly low, Joshua Linn, an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Maryland and a senior fellow at Resources for the Future, told Bloomberg Environment. By understating the number of miles people are driving, the agencies are also directly underestimating the fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from their proposal, he said. Their proposal would also cause more fatalities than the agencies are projecting, diluting the safety benefits they claim from the weaker limits, Linn added."
Trump Car Standards Rollback Knocked for Faulty Analysis
Media Highlight from Bloomberg Environment — Nov. 2, 2018