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Using gasoline and diesel as transport fuel causes emissions of both greenhouse gases, driving climate change, and of other air pollutants that are dangerous to human health and the natural environment. Transportation is the fastest-growing source of human-produced greenhouse gases. To prevent destructive climate change and reduce health impacts, the sector needs to move towards fuels that have a lower carbon footprint, and reduced emissions of sulfur and other conventional pollutants.

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Waste not want not: Understanding the greenhouse gas implications of diverting waste and residual materials to biofuel production
Assesses the indirect greenhouse gas emissions of diverting waste and residual materials to biofuel production.
Consultant report
Status of policies for clean vehicles and fuels in select G20 countries
Reveals that the efforts made by multiple Transport Task Group (TTG) countries to promote and support policies and programs—including stringent tailpipe emissions standards, fuel economy standards, low sulfur fuels, and green...
Briefing
How rapeseed and soy biodiesel drive oil palm expansion
Examines the link between soybean and rapeseed biodiesel and palm oil in light of a new study on substitution effects.
Briefing
 

From the ICCT Blogs

Italy’s car market needs to make a U-turn
Between minuscule electric vehicle (EV) sales, growing diesel shares, and Italian carmakers’ struggle to curb carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions, there is no doubt that Italy is heading in the wrong direction, but it’s not too late for a U-turn.
Staff Blog
Why (Run on) Less is more…
Run on Less is more evidence that cost-effective, high-efficiency trucks are on the road today and only getting better.
Staff Blog
Will the future RDE regulation be enough to restore trust in diesel technology?
The success of the RDE regulation will depend on the will of manufacturers to prove that they have learned a lesson from Dieselgate by beginning to focus on reducing real-world emissions, not just on passing a particular test.
Staff Blog

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Fanta Kamakaté
Fanta Kamakaté
Chief Program Officer
Nic Lutsey
Nic Lutsey
Program Director / US Co-Lead