O impacto ambiental de biocombustíveis no Brasil: O que ficou de fora?
Estudo da EPE projeta reduções significativas das emissões de biocombustíveis até 2032. No entanto, este estudo pode superestimar tais reduções, principalmente para o biodiesel, ao não considerar emissões ligadas ao uso da terra.
Europe’s new heavy-duty CO2 standards, explained
Overview of key changes in the new CO2 standards proposal
Will California rise to the Biden administration’s SAF Grand Challenge?
Although sustainable aviation fuels have faced some stumbling blocks, several measures are available to support SAF scaleup
Can the Inflation Reduction Act unlock a green hydrogen economy?
Explores the potential of the Inflation Reduction Act to boost use of green hydrogen in the United States.
Drafting the future of clean hydrogen: Build Back Better with an additionality requirement
U.S. policymakers can strengthen the hydrogen tax credit in the Build Back Better Act by including an additionality requirement.
U.S. biofuels policy: Let’s not be fit for failure
With recent, encouraging advancements in EU biofuels policy, maybe it’s time for a whole new vision for U.S. policy.
Don’t let the industry greenwash green hydrogen
Certifying that hydrogen and efuels are produced from 100% additional renewable electricity is not as simple as it seems.
A step forward for “green” methanol and its potential to deliver deep GHG reductions in maritime shipping
“Green” methanol can provide deep greenhouse gas reductions, but not all methanol is climate friendly, and marine policies should incorporate full life-cycle accounting of emissions.
India, don’t fall for ethanol: Roadmap leads National Policy on Biofuels off track
India’s new ethanol roadmap abandons the country’s commitment to second-generation biofuels and is environmentally and economically unsustainable.
Why are electric vehicles the only way to quickly and substantially decarbonize transport?
Battery electric vehicles have the lowest life-cycle GHG emissions, today and into the foreseeable future.
Felling for power is failing the climate: Why burning trees for energy makes no sense
Burning trees can be bad for the climate. It’s time to limit the practice.
GO big or GO home with e-fuels and hydrogen
While the use of e-fuels and hydrogen can avoid the pitfalls of biofuels, how can it be guaranteed that they are truly made from renewable electricity?