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Summary of the July 2011 International Maritime Organization regulation setting increasing efficiency standards for large ships in 2015–2025.
Summary of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and fuel efficiency standards for medium- and heavy-duty engines and vehicles finalized August 2011.
Actions that reduce or eliminate HFC-134a emissions can make an important contribution toward lowering the overall climate impact of the global auto fleet. This paper assesses alternate refrigerant emissions and their climate impacts.
Concisely summarizes a more detailed technical report on marginal costs of design standards, retrofit technologies, and operational measures that improve ship energy efficiency.
The ICCT, with the help of CE Delft, organized a workshop in Brussels on accounting for electric drive vehicles in the context of European CO2 emission legislation.
Assesses taxes and incentives applied to new private passenger vehicles by governments seeking to use fiscal policy to strengthen standards-based approaches to vehicle emissions regulation.
Summarizes the October 2010 U.S. EPA/NHTSA rule proposal. The sixty-day comment period ends 31 January 2011, and the rule is expected to go into effect in June 2011.