New research by the ICCT reveals that ships with newer Tier II engines emit more nitrogen oxides (NOx) than ships with older Tier I engines, highlighting the need for stricter emissions standards and testing methods in the maritime sector.
Truck manufacturers recently showed support for stringent pollutant emission standards in the United States and the European Parliament can consider more meaningful Euro 7 standards.
The proposed CO2 standards for trucks and buses don’t align with Europe’s climate goals. Parliament can get them back on track (or completely derail them)
This blog explores the impact of the amendments proposed by the European Parliament to the European Commission’s proposed CO2 emission standards for trucks and buses in the EU.
At a recent event in New Delhi, a variety of stakeholders came together to discuss the potential for low- and zero-emission zones in India.
Doing more to abate emissions from diesel fleets can be one of the most critical missions for China in the next decade. The China Mobile Source Environmental Management Annual Report, published by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE), revealed that on-road vehicles emitted 5.82 Mt of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and 69 kt of particulate […]
While there are a lot of innovative facets of the Euro 7 proposal, some aspects could use some improvement
Planning for and setting up electric bus charging infrastructure, which needs to happen alongside the bus-procurement process, involves depot setup and working with power companies on upstream equipment.
Interviews with transit authorities and private bus operators showed that electric buses are packed with features, more comfortable to drive than combustion engine buses, and manufacturers are continually improving the electric buses.
Highlights of our survey of transit authorities in Pune, Mumbai, and Navi Mumbai, which showed that electric buses are a maturing technology in India and those with experience are quite happy with their performance.
Adopting the most stringent possible rule can address the disproportionate impacts of emissions from diesel trucks and alleviate health burdens.
Examines the effects of a year’s delay in implementation of emission standards for heavy duty vehicles in Brazil, and finds substantial harm to health and life expectancy of Brazilians should such a delay occur.
A complete ban on scrubber washwater discharges in the Port of Vancouver