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This report assesses progress in 2018 toward implementing the Climate and Clean Air Coalition's global strategy to introduce low-sulfur fuels and cleaner diesel vehicles.

An updated global inventory of black carbon emissions from the global shipping sector with several recommendations on how to reduce black carbon emissions from ships.

A statistical portrait of passenger car, light commercial, and heavy-duty vehicle fleets in the European Union from 2001 to 2016, with emphasis on vehicle technologies, fuel consumption, and emissions of greenhouse gases and other air pollutants.

2009.08.09

An independent review of approaches to evaluating heavy-duty vehicle fuel use.

Publication: Report
2009.02.09

Provides background information on U.S. heavy-duty vehicle fleet characteristics and identifies issues relevant to the design and implementation of fuel economy and GHG regulations.

Publication: Report
2009.01.09

Updates the ICCT 2004 Status Report on MMT, providing more detail on recent studies of the potential health impacts associated with its use.

Publication: Report
2007.07.02

Compares passenger vehicle greenhouse gas and fuel economy standards from eight major countries, states, and regions. It finds that Japan and Europe are closely tied in the "race to the top" for the world's most efficient new passenger vehicle fleet, while the United States lags behind these two regions by a large margin.

Publication: Report
2007.06.29

Contrary to widespread belief, many technologies that increase fuel economy have no effect on vehicle safety. Similarly, a number of safety measures have no effect on fuel consumption.

Publication: Report
2007.03.07

Identifites options for regulating emissions from ships, one of the world's largest and fastest growing sources of air pollution. The regulation of commercial marine vessels represents a significant political and legal challenge, as ships operate largely outside of national boundaries and are typically owned and operated by companies based in a number of different countries.

Publication: Report
2005.06.29

Non-petroleum based fuels can have several advantages over gasoline and diesel in terms of energy diversity and security, control of greenhouse gas emissions, and reduced pollutant emissions. But in order to reap these benefits, care and attention must go into the production, distribution, and use of these fuels.

Publication: Report
2004.09.04

Summarizes the direct health effects of the fuel additive methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl, as well as its effects on air quality through diminished engine performance and damage to pollution control devices.

Publication: Report

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