Recent work on aircraft emissions and CO2 standards
A 2014 synthesis of vehicle and fuel policy developments
New edition of our annual market profile
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Potential low carbon fuel supply to the Pacific Coast region of North America
Evaluates potential low-carbon fuel deployment in the 2015–2030 timeframe and finds that the policy goals of British Columbia, California, Oregon, and Washington are simultaneously achievable.
The state of clean transport policy: A 2014 synthesis of vehicle and fuel policy developments
A synopsis of advances in national and international regulations intended to reduce energy use, mitigate climate change, and control air pollution from motor vehicles and fuels across eleven major vehicle markets in 2013 and...
Regulaciones sobre emisiones de vehículos pesados en México
Resumen de una nueva propuesta normativa que requerirá que los nuevos vehículos pesados a combustible diesel cumplan con los estándares de emisiones equivalentes a aquellos en los Estados Unidos (EPA 2010) y Europa (Euro VI).
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British Data Echoes U.S. Climate Report
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Google iLUC alert: Increased biofuel production without indirect effects possible
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Exa Corp., Growth Will Drive Past Expectations
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2015 Acura MDX bests EPA fuel efficiency estimates
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Do the automakers really need help with the U.S. efficiency standards?
Sergio Marchionne, among others, is trying to get folks riled up about rolling back the 54.5 mpg standard for new 2025 automobiles. Let’s take a little closer look at the supposed problem.
Staff Blog
Carbon diary of a reluctant traveler
Balancing the personal carbon books at year end puts some recent articles on the environmental cost of air travel into sobering perspective.
Staff Blog
Low oil prices, high time to move off of diesel subsidies
Indonesia has an opportunity to smoothly transition to more ambitious reforms of its fuel subsidy system. From a public health standpoint, the best course would be to eliminate subsidies entirely while imposing stricter emission standards on all vehicles.
Staff Blog