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 […]
Achieving India’s net-zero goal will require decarbonizing road transport and success requires overcoming some key barriers in the freight sector.
Chile’s recent spate of progressive legislation on transportation and energy is establishing the country as a climate policy leader among Latin American and other emerging economies.
Chile tiene nueva legislación muy progresista en el sector de transporte, convirtiéndose en un ejemplo a seguir para América Latina y para los países en desarrollo a nivel global.
Makes the case for tougher EPA standards for trucks and buses.
Examinam-se os efeitos do adiamento por um ano da implementação da norma P-8 de emissões para veículos pesados no Brasil e constata-se que tal atraso traria danos substanciais à saúde e à expectativa de vida dos brasileiros.
China’s electric vehicle market has come a long way, but merely following current policies will not fulfill promises to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the future.
The cost calculus for fleet owners hinges on how much more it costs to buy an electric truck than a diesel truck—and how fuel and maintenance savings may make up the difference
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.
Explora varias dimensiones de los avances de Colombia en el transporte de bajas y cero emisiones, y asevera que el país podría convertirse en el líder de transporte limpio en América Latina.
Argues that crediting manufacturers of zero-emission trucks and buses for avoided NOx emissions could lead to perverse outcomes
It’s important to remember that commitments by national governments to shift to zero-emission transit buses have often followed earlier commitments by subnational actors.