To reduce the impacts of global climate change and protect the Arctic and its peoples, the European Union should consider adding black carbon emissions from ships to its climate regulations.
Argues that in the effort to ramp up production of sustainable aviation fuels, mandating their use is smarter than subsidizing their production.
The breakdown of new registrations of battery electric cars reveals much about which groups benefit from incentive programs.
Money makes the world go electric: Why the U.S. government should invest in the electric vehicle industry
Argues that the U.S. would reap many economic benefits, in addition to global leadership in electric vehicles, if it were to invest smartly in the electric vehicle industry.
Cold air heating Earth: Honeywell and Chemours patents are hindering India’s transition to climate-friendly refrigerants
The recent COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver can set a precedent for strategies to tackle climate change, and setting aside patents on R1234yf refrigerant in India is one way for companies to match their sustainability goals with real action.
China’s railroads have significant potential to become the backbone of a modern, low-carbon intermodal freight transportation system.
An overview of strategies that can help China overcome bottlenecks and establish an efficient, clean intermodal freight system.
The federal EV tax credit is not yet an idea whose time has passed. Just the opposite. It’s a double-edged policy tool that will advance key environmental and economic aims while helping pretty ordinary Americans deal with rising gasoline prices and a rising cost of living. Now is the time to extend it, with prudent changes, as part of the reconciliation package.
If designed properly, feebates can be a revenue neutral way to help spur the transition to electric.
Critiques the Biden Administration’s approach to development of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) and suggests an alternative path.
Examines the carbon benefits of replacing some short-haul flights in the US with rail trips.
The first phase of scrubber washwater discharge restrictions in the Port of Vancouver began this week.