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An assessment of vehicle fleet structure, fuel consumption, and emissions, with comparisons to the EU-28 market and other key global markets, and to the German auto sector in particular.
Under current regulatory standards, the wide commercialization of diesel cars would significantly increase NOX and PM2.5 emissions, contributing to poor air quality and adding 150,000 premature deaths through 2050.
P-8 standards in Brazil are a highly cost-effective means of reducing the environmental impact of diesel HDVs in Brazil and timely action is of critical importance.
Summary of manufacturing costs of both in-cylinder and aftertreatment technologies used to meet recent U.S. and European emission standards for heavy-duty diesel engines and vehicles.
Evaluates the potential air-quality benefits of using shore-based electric generating facilities, as opposed to a ship's own engines, to supply power for operations (such as loading and unloading) while a ship lies berthed in port.
Analyzes and compares new-vehicle type-approval procedures in the EU and U.S. with an eye toward demonstrating how best to align regulatory requirements, customer expectations, and environmental performance.
This study details vehicle characteristics, technology adoption, and energy consumption for passenger vehicles sold in Brazil in 2013.
Emissions from on-road vehicles are a significant cause of air pollution in urban areas. Beijing, where air quality has historically been poor, is taking measures to reduce emissions from the transport sector.
Annual update to ICCT's ranking of U.S. airlines by fuel efficiency on domestic operations. The gap between most- and least-efficient airlines narrowed slightly to 25%, and overall industry fuel efficiency improved by 1.7%.
Characterizes six potential sources of indirect greenhouse gas emissions from crude oil and assesses the extent to which they are attributable to oil production.