The Leonardo Academy, which “develops rating systems, certification programs, educational resources and other tools that make practicing sustainability practical” has created the SPEED-E rating system to rate sustainability in cars. SPEED-E stands for Sustainable Performance and Environmentally Efficient Design Excellence. The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire says it is “the first third-party standard for analyzing the sustainability of cars, trucks and other vehicles.” The system is being developed as an ANSI standard, that is, American National Standards Institute. This means it will be held to regional, national, and international standards. The SPEED-E system is still in its pilot version and will need to be tested before becoming a certified system.
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