To put the United States on track to reach 50% electric vehicle sales in 2030, cut the greenhouse gas target in half
Making the next round of standards at anything less stringent would mean leaving climate benefits on the table
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.
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.
An overview of strategies that can help China overcome bottlenecks and establish an efficient, clean intermodal freight system.
Adopting the most stringent possible rule can address the disproportionate impacts of emissions from diesel trucks and alleviate health burdens.
The prevalence of plug-in hybrids in the electric vehicle stock has an important impact on GHG emission trends over time.
With everything else going on, you might have missed that the G7 ministers of climate, energy, and environment met in late May in Berlin and issued what is arguably the group’s strongest statement to date. The 39-page communiqué didn’t shy away from difficult questions. The ministers took strong stances on a range of topics bearing […]
Examines the carbon benefits of replacing some short-haul flights in the US with rail trips.
In the high stakes casino of aircraft development, it’s time for industry and governments to place their bets. Supersonics, or zero-emission planes: which will it be?
Argues that crediting manufacturers of zero-emission trucks and buses for avoided NOx emissions could lead to perverse outcomes
Examines various long-term passenger traffic projections and how they impact aviation decarbonization roadmaps
With recent, encouraging advancements in EU biofuels policy, maybe it’s time for a whole new vision for U.S. policy.