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Review of peat surface greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm plantations in Southeast Asia

Growth in palm oil production has been a key component of meeting growing global demand for vegetable oil, including for biodiesel, over recent decades. This growth has been accompanied by mounting...
Published 2011.10.04: Publication

Developing a world-class technology pathways program in China

Vehicle emissions controls are critical for safeguarding climate and air quality and fostering automotive technology development. Over the past ten years, China has begun the process of building a...
Published 2011.10.04: Publication

The Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) for New Ships

At the July 2011 session of the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee, the represented Parties to MARPOL Annex VI adopted amendments to Annex VI Regulations...
Published 2011.10.03: Publication

Cartogram: Top vehicle markets, 2010

Equal-area cartogram (similar to the kind of thing you'd find on, e.g., showing a world map with countries/regions resized according to passenger vehicle market size. Equal-area cartogram showing a world map with countries/regions resized according to passenger vehicle market size.
Published 2011.10.03: Blog Post


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 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


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

ICCT comments on Japan's draft PV fuel-economy standards

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Published 2011.09.26: News

John German on WEMU, "Issues of the Environment"

ICCT Senior Fellow John German discussed Ann Arbor's proposed anti-idling ordinance last week on WEMU with David Fair. Audio is here.
Published 2011.09.26: News

China Clean Fuels Summit

Two recent events in Beijing, a journalist forum organized by the China Sustainable Energy Program (September 5) and the China Clean Fuels Summit (September 4–6), have focused attention on the...
Published 2011.09.26: News

U.S. heavy-duty vehicle standards

On August 9, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) finalized a program to reduce greenhouse...
Published 2011.09.26: Publication

Benjamin Sharpe

Published 2011.09.23: Profile

Cristiano Façanha

Published 2011.09.23: Profile

Katherine Blumberg

Published 2011.09.23: Profile

Francisco Posada

Published 2011.09.23: Profile

Peter Mock

Published 2011.09.23: Profile

Drew Kodjak

Published 2011.09.23: Profile

Diane Tworog

Published 2011.09.22: Profile