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Part 1 of a five-part policy study, summarizing the current status of vehicle and infrastructure technologies.
A critical assessment of one of the four consultation documents published by the European Commission to inform its 2010 consultation on indirect land use change.
Summarizes differences between size-based and mass-based vehicle standards and discusses their relative advantages and disadvantages.
Overview of congestion-charging programs aimed in reducing motor-vehicle traffic: in-place systems in London, Singapore, and Stockholm; a 1980s pilot program and subsequent follow-on studies in Hong Kong; and a 2007 ICCT-sponsored study of Santa Clara County, California.
Policy-relevant guidance on black carbon, a solid particle emitted during incomplete combustion and a significant contributor to both climate change public health problems.
Identifies at least two carbon intensity metrics (g CO2/ATK for dedicated cargo planes and g CO2/ASK for dedicated passenger aircraft) suitable for use in establishing a CO2 standard for new commercial aircraft.
Distills best practices in heavy-duty emissions controls from the EU, U.S., and Japan into a single regulatory program suitable for adoption by interested countries.
An initial assessment of the current situation and regulatory environment for two- and three-wheeled vehicles, and options for control.
Use of high-sulfur fuels increases emissions and can cause important pollution control devices to fail. This analysis by ICCT and Tsinghua University found that a combination of fuel and vehicle standards will allow 1.5 million premature deaths to be avoided over 22 years, including 20,000 infant mortalities.
Addresses the need to reduce sulfur in transportation fuels and the benefits that can be realized in terms of total pollutant emissions.