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2012.05.29
The ICCT India team last week broadcast the second webinar of its three-part series on analyses of cleaner vehicles and fuels in India.
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2012.05.24
The war of words sparked by Europe’s requirement that airlines serving EU airports join its Emissions Trading System continues to heat up (see, for example,
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2012.05.24
Hot on the heels of passing a landmark climate bill which promises a 30% reduction in greenhouse gases by 2030 from business as usual, the Mexican gover
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2012.05.02
The initial ICCT India team webinar on India's vehicle emissions and fuels policies, broadcast April 26, was well received.
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2012.04.27
Transportation of people and goods currently contributes about a quarter of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, and this share is growing.
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2012.04.12
Most people have some dates they eagerly anticipate, over and above the usual birthdays and anniversaries.
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2012.04.12
A colleague of mine recently made the offhand remark that continuing dieselization of India’s vehicle fleet was going to erase the health benefits gained from vehicular air pollution control measures over the last decade.
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2012.04.10
Indonesia and Malaysia are the two dominant suppliers of palm oil. Palm oil, the world's most productive vegetable oil crop (in terms of production of oil per hectare), has been referred to as the world's 'marginal' vegetable oil.
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2012.03.28
One of the policy areas that we at the ICCT stress is how fiscal policies influence the composition of national vehicle fleets by creating (or eliminating) good or bad incentives for consumers.
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2012.03.26
Biofuels are here for three reasons – climate change mitigation, energy security and to increase rural incomes.
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