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2018.10.09

ICCT workshop to identify the most appropriate black carbon control measures for international shipping

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2018.09.06

A two-day workshop bringing together government, industry and civil society to bring world-class vehicle emissions and fuel standards to South America and enhance regional capacity for compliance and enforcement activities.


Un taller de dos días que reúne al gobierno, la industria y la sociedad civil para traer estándares de emisiones de vehículos y estándares de combustible de clase mundial a Sudamérica y mejorar la capacidad regional para actividades de cumplimiento y verificacion.

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2018.09.06

A strategic discussion of the G20 TTG's activities and vision for coming years, and taking stock of important progress made in improving the energy efficiency and environmental performance of heavy-duty vehicles in G20 economies.

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2018.08.13

A full day of transport-related events affiliated with the Global Climate Action Summit

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2018.06.22

Provided an in-depth overview of US EPA’s SmartWay and green technology verification program.

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2018.05.18

Presentations on the international experience with technology transition in urban bus fleets including the pathway to zero emission as well as technology procurement pathways for the City of São Paulo to meet its newly adopted zero fossil fuel CO2 target.

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2018.03.21

ICCT researcher Zifei Yang presented at two workshops organized by UN Environment and Clean Air Asia as side events of 2018 Asia Pacific Clean Air Partnership Joint Forum and Clean Air Week.

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2018.02.01

A international workshop on international practices on electric vehicle and autonomous vehicle promotion and application.

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2018.01.24

A workshop on incentives to promote the import of cleaner and more efficient vehicles in Peru.

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2017.11.02

 A panel discussion on how the trucking industry is changing, and the regulatory measures that should be taken to enable a safer and more efficient trucking future.

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