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The reduction of upstream greenhouse gas emissions from flaring and venting
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From the ICCT Blogs

What cities are leading the charge on electric vehicles?
Kicking off a city-focused project to assess what's going on, what's working, and what could be done better to promote EVs.
Staff Blog
More popcorn = More super-credits
The new edition of the EU Vehicle Market Statistics pocketbook is filled with detailed statistics for 2001–2013. For the first time we also include some data on heavy-duty vehicles, and of course some international comparisons as well.
Staff Blog
A reality check on biomass ambitions
Generating energy from some types of biomass can deliver high GHG emission reductions, but could there be enough of these resources to go around if the entire world looked to deliver 20% of its energy needs from biomass?
Staff Blog