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Proposed Euro 7 emission limits could prevent over 7,200 deaths in Europe by 2050

The European Commission’s proposed Euro 7 emission limits for gasoline and diesel cars, vans, trucks, and buses aim to reduce air pollution and protect people’s health. A new study by the International Clean Transportation (ICCT) shows that the regulation could avoid 7,200 premature deaths linked to nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions in Europe by 2050. Europe […]

The ICCT and Google establish new partnership on lower carbon travel search

12 July 2023 (Washington, D.C.) – The ICCT and Google are partnering to launch an Advisory Committee (AC) to enhance Google’s Travel Impact Model (TIM). In 2021, Google began estimating and sharing air-travel-related greenhouse gas emissions on Google Flights using the TIM. The partnership announced today sets the framework to refine and update the TIM to […]

As commercial trucks go electric, industrial scale charging infrastructure will lay the foundation for zero-emission freight

U.S. heavy-duty charging infrastructure does not all need to be built at once. Targeting investments and policy support in ‘no regrets’ freight zones will deliver quick wins 11 May (San Francisco) — A new study published today by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) assesses where, when, and how much charging infrastructure will be […]

ICCT’s Executive Director Joins White House Climate Policy Office as Senior Director of Transportation Emissions

May 10 (Washington, D.C.) – Today, the International Council on Clean Transportation announced that its founding Executive Director, Drew Kodjak, will join the Biden-Harris Administration to serve as Senior Director of Transportation Emissions in the White House Climate Policy Office. Under Kodjak’s 18 years of leadership, the ICCT has consistently provided first-rate, unbiased research and […]