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This paper identifies the most effective technologies for CO2, emissions and safety measures and maps the status of regulatory programs for two- and three-wheeler management in Asian countries.
Argues that studies of the effects of palm oil plantation expansion in SE Asia have significantly underestimated GHG emissions from palm oil grown on peatland, and therefore underestimate the indirect land use change emissions from many biofuels.
Surveys technology and policy options available to China as it works to build a world-class vehicle emissions control program, drawing on experience in Europe, Japan, and the United States.
Concisely summarizes a more detailed technical report on marginal costs of design standards, retrofit technologies, and operational measures that improve ship energy efficiency.
Builds on more detailed explanations in past WLTP doucments and presents, for discussion, a proposal for defining inertia classes for the WLTP GTR.
ICCT together with TERI organized a workshop on ‘Cleaner liquid fuels and improved vehicular technologies' to take forward the process of developing a roadmap for moving towards cleaner liquid fuels in the transport sector. The workshop focused on the need for one country, one vehicle, one fuel and an appropriate policy considering the impacts on human health.
This paper was submitted to the UNECE GRPE informal subgroup on the development of a worldwide harmonized light vehicles test procedure (WLTP-DTP) on the issue of inertia classes to be used in the development of the WLTP.
A wide-ranging analysis of vehicle emissions control policies in China, evaluating successes to date and assessing potential for new vehicle and fuel standards, compliance monitoring, and impacts of advanced technologies and fuels.