With the new climate change laws, the federal government has begun issuing permits to plug-in hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles and electric-powered vehicles to change air conditioning in homes.
This is a major shift that comes as the government begins issuing the most stringent greenhouse gas regulations in history.
The rules are meant to combat climate change and the air quality that comes with it.
The Air Quality Management Act is an overhaul of federal air quality regulations.
Under the law, air quality monitoring and control equipment will be required for new cars and trucks.
The legislation, which has been in the works for several years, was approved by the Senate on Friday and is expected to be signed into law by President Donald Trump.
The law requires states to collect information on greenhouse gas emissions from their vehicles.
This information can be used by the federal Environmental Protection Agency to monitor air quality and air quality requirements.
The federal government plans to require automakers to have data on emissions and vehicle emissions from new and used vehicles, including emission monitoring equipment.
It also aims to provide incentives for companies to install carbon capture and storage technologies to reduce emissions from vehicles.
The EPA has been working to improve the data collection by creating a new program called Carbon Capture and Storage Program.
It will be run by the Office of Compliance, which is part of the Department of Energy.
This program will collect data on the emission from vehicles that are sold, leased or leased to the federal, state and local governments.
The program will also collect data about the emissions from the vehicles.
Under this program, the EPA has a team of scientists, engineers and researchers to collect and analyze this data.
The data will then be used to develop a set of emissions guidelines that will guide compliance with the Clean Air Act.
The Clean Air Task Force has been tasked with developing a set for states.
This task force includes representatives from states and automakers, and it will be tasked with collecting and analyzing data from vehicles sold in each state.