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Compliance and enforcement

ICCT research and analyses have played crucial roles in illuminating the scale and scope of disparities between vehicle-efficiency targets or pollutant emissions standards and “real-world”...
Published 2017.06.23: Landing Page

Green freight

ICCT’s Green Freight program aims to improve the real-world energy efficiency and environmental performance of freight systems, with a focus on technology and its impacts on supply chain operations...
Published 2017.06.19: Landing Page

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Published 2013.01.16: Landing Page

Transportation roadmap

Well-vetted data and analysis are keys to putting transportation and environmental policy on a sound foundation globally. Policymakers need access to robust findings on the costs and benefits of...
Published 2011.12.02: Landing Page

Electric Vehicles

The ICCT’s electric vehicle program aims to understand and describe what policies and incentives are most effective in the early growth stages for the global electric vehicle market. We analyze...
Published 2011.10.06: Landing Page

Europe

ICCT Europe played the crucial role in bringing to light the “emissions gap”—the discrepancy between official, type-approval values and real performance in everyday operation—growing in Europe in...
Published 2011.09.27: Landing Page

Latin America

ICCT staff work in Brazil, Mexico, and other key vehicle markets in Latin America to adapt international best practices to the local economic and policy context. In Brazil we support governmental...
Published 2011.09.26: Landing Page

Japan

Japan has a long history of applying fiscal incentives to reward vehicle fuel efficiency, including indexing vehicle taxes and registration fees to vehicle weight and engine size. Taken in sum, these...
Published 2011.09.26: Landing Page

India

Vehicle emission standards are making progress in India. In 2016, India adopted Euro 6/VI equivalent standards that will go into effect in 2020. While this is a major step forward, much remains to be...
Published 2011.09.26: Landing Page

United States

ICCT staff engage with federal, state, and local governments, as well as industry and other stakeholders, to shape practical and cost-effective policies for clean vehicles and fuels and defend and...
Published 2011.09.26: Landing Page

Heavy-duty vehicles

Policymakers can draw on a growing portfolio of measures to reduce climate impacts and local air pollution from on-road freight. These include voluntary measures, such as green freight programs or...
Published 2011.09.15: Landing Page

Marine

ICCT’s marine program works to further policies that address the air-quality and climate impacts of shipping at the international, regional, national, and local (port) levels. Since 2007 ICCT...
Published 2011.09.13: Landing Page

Passenger vehicles

The ICCT’s passenger vehicle program works with regulatory agencies as well as other government officials, researchers, nongovernmental organizations, and private-sector stakeholders to reduce fuel...
Published 2011.09.13: Landing Page

Fuels

ICCT’s fuels team works on identifying the fuels that offer the greatest carbon reductions based on lifecycle analysis that factors in emissions from the production of feedstock and fuel as well as...
Published 2011.09.01: Landing Page

Clean air

The Clean Air Program advises governments and civil society organizations on strategies to address the public health and near-term climate impacts of outdoor air pollution from motorized...
Published 2011.08.31: Landing Page

Asia

Published 2011.07.20: Landing Page

China

The ICCT’s China program staff support effective regulation of both local air pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector. We work to provide China's national and local...
Published 2011.06.20: Landing Page

Aviation

Since 2008 ICCT’s aviation program has worked to ensure that environmental policy for the aviation sector is informed by high-quality, transparent analysis of the environmental performance of both...
Published 2011.06.14: Landing Page