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A step forward in Europe on measuring in-use vehicle emissions

[This post originally appeared on the TRUE initiative website, www.trueinitiative.org, 16 Oct 2017] On 28 September 2017 three Members of the European Parliament, Kathleen Van Brempt (Beligum),...In September three MEPs convened a fruitful discussion on using remote sensing technology to measure pollutant emissions in vehicle exhaust in Europe’s cities.
Published 2017.10.23: Blog Post

London’s Clean Car Checker enables consumers to buy the cleanest vehicles

[This post originally appeared on the TRUE initiative website, www.trueinitiative.org, on 17 Oct 2017] Last week the city of London released its Clean Car Checker that provides consumers with real-...The city is taking a big step forward in fighting air pollution, and other cities would benefit from doing the same.
Published 2017.10.23: Blog Post

Expanding and aligning green freight programs in Latin America

From June 27-29, Argentina’s Ministry of Transportation with the support from Argentina’s Ministry of Energy and Mining, Argentina’s Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, the United...
Published 2017.10.23: Publication

4th workshop on marine black carbon emissions: Identifying appropriate measurement method(s)

This was the 4th in a series of technical workshop on marine black carbon emissions hosted by the International Council on Clean Transportation in Washington, DC, USA on October 4th and 5th, 2017....
Published 2017.10.20: Event

Time to party like it's ... 2008?

We recently released a comprehensive GHG emission inventory for global shipping, 2013 to 2015. It builds on previous research commissioned by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) that uses...The International Chamber of Shipping says that because our recent study shows that shipping emissions remain below their 2008 peak, not to worry. That's an overly rosy view of the data.
Published 2017.10.20: Blog Post

Accelerating deployment of soot-free bus rapid transit fleets

The Soot-Free Urban Bus Fleets Project aims to secure commitments in 20 megacities to shift new bus procurements to the cleanest bus engine technology. ICCT Clean Air Program Lead Ray Minjares will...
Published 2017.10.18: Event

Whac-A-Mole on the high seas: The curious case of ship emissions

If you’re old enough to remember analog arcade games you might remember the game Whac-A-Mole. It’s the fun, but sometimes frustrating game where the player uses a soft mallet to hit moles that duck...As the International Maritime Organization meets again in London to discuss a sectoral cap on greenhouse gas emissions, we revisit the complexity of how to assign responsibility for shipping...
Published 2017.10.18: Blog Post

Fuels, Associate/Researcher

The ICCT is seeking a highly committed, self-directed person to join our fuels team as an associate or researcher. The fuels team works mainly on issues around the sustainability and greenhouse gas...
Published 2017.10.17: Job Posting

Study: Global shipping emissions rise as IMO meets to discuss climate action

Emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) from global shipping are on the rise again, according to a study released today by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT). This finding...
Published 2017.10.17: News

Greenhouse gas emissions from global shipping, 2013–2015

Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is the key to avoiding the most catastrophic impacts of climate change. Despite international shipping being excluded from the Paris Agreement, the...
Published 2017.10.17: Publication

Clean urban bus fleets — Industry partnership and city action

ICCT Clean Air Program Lead Ray Minjares will present on the recent activities of the CCAC Soot-Free Urban Bus Fleets Project, including the Global Industry Partnership on Soot Free Clean Bus Fleets...
Published 2017.10.13: Event

Addressing misconceptions surrounding light-vehicle fuel efficiency standards

This briefing addresses several common misconceptions about light-duty vehicle fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas standards. The focus of this briefing is on Australia’s proposed light-vehicle CO2...
Published 2017.10.12: Publication

Financing the transition to soot-free urban bus fleets in 20 megacities

This report addresses the opportunities for facilitating, and the barriers to financing, the transition to soot-free urban bus fleets in 20 megacities. A soot-free engine is any diesel or alternative...
Published 2017.10.11: Publication

Human Resources Manager

Enjoy the tactical aspects of HR? Want to leverage your HR experience in a part-time role? Interested in helping an environmental non-profit be more successful?   Position Summary If you answered...
Published 2017.10.11: Job Posting

Researcher, India

Position Summary The ICCT seeks a highly committed, self-motivated person to contribute to our research to reduce vehicle emissions and improve efficiency of light and heavy duty vehicles in India...
Published 2017.10.11: Job Posting

CO2 reduction technologies for the European car and van fleet, a 2025–2030 assessment

When the European Union (EU) introduced its first set of mandatory new vehicle CO2 standards in 2009, for passenger cars, and 2011, for light commercial vehicles, vehicle mass was chosen as a utility...
Published 2017.10.10: Publication

Brianna Thompson

Published 2017.10.09: Profile

Developing hydrogen fueling infrastructure for fuel cell vehicles: A status update

This paper assesses the development of hydrogen fueling infrastructure networks around the world. We compile data on the current state of development of fuel cell vehicle technology. We summarize...
Published 2017.10.04: Publication

Emerging best practices for electric vehicle charging infrastructure

This report provides a global assessment of charging infrastructure deployment practices, challenges, and emerging best practices in major electric vehicle markets. Although most early adopters...
Published 2017.10.04: Publication

The EU needs new environmental safeguard measures for advanced biofuels

Late last year, on November 30, 2016, the European Commission (EC), proposed requiring fuel suppliers to have a 3.6% minimum share of transportation fuels from a preapproved list of non-food...The EC’s proposed mandate can indeed be an important step toward advanced biofuels, but it can and should do more to avoid unintended consequences. Improving the sustainability criteria defined in...
Published 2017.10.03: Blog Post

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