Emphasizes how transitioning to zero-emission vehicles and providing urban dwellers with a diversity of alternatives to cars in cities around the world can combine to significantly cut CO2 emissions.
(Washington D.C.) February 21, 2024 — Today, the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) released a study exploring the potential for the United States to secure a reliable supply of lithium to keep up with increased sales of battery electric vehicles (BEVs). Many batteries and battery materials will be required to supply the climbing sales […]
Cuts in average real-world emissions are stalled for Australia’s light-duty fleet, while other major markets drive towards zero
Transformative vehicle emissions standards needed to bring Australia in line with other major markets.
Workshop held in Delhi brought together stakeholders in the sector taking the conversation forward on the implementation of LEZs in Indian cities
The ICCT in collaboration with NITI Aayog organized a one-day workshop on Low Emission Zones (LEZs) in Indian cities. The workshop was attended by over 100 people representing various departments of the national and state governments, inter-governmental organizations, private sector, civil society, academia and practitioners.
Explores ways to process and publish data collected about truck operations in India to support the transition to zero-emission trucks.
Expanding the used battery electric vehicle (BEV) market can help alleviate financial barriers to the technology and promote equitable access to BEVs across the broad population.
Highlights how the coming standardization of the North American Charging Standard (NACS), a universal plug shape, and new federal policies that promise improvements in charger functionality and ease of payment will make EV charging more accessible and reliable for drivers.
Levying taxes on airplane tickets could help provide a stable source of revenue for a new Loss and Damage Fund, which has been created to aid climate-vulnerable nations dealing with global warming effects.
Highlights cities with implemented and planned zero-emission zones (ZEZs) and near-ZEZs globally. Status: Through October 2023.
Highlights governments with official targets to 100% phase in sales of zero CO2 emission buses by a certain date. Status: Through October 2023.