Be truly “Fit for 55” by adding black carbon emissions from ships
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.
What if I told you cruising is worse for the climate than flying?
Vacationers take note: Even the most efficient cruise ships today emit more CO2 per passenger kilometer than a passenger jet.
Scrub-less in Seattle, but not yet in Tacoma
Ports in Seattle and Tacoma could become leaders in the transition to zero-emission technologies by combining progressive environmental policy with their existing supply of low-carbon electricity.
Vancouver’s new scrubber restrictions mean cleaner waters
The first phase of scrubber washwater discharge restrictions in the Port of Vancouver began this week.
One cruise-ship-sized loophole needs to be closed in Vancouver’s proposed scrubber restrictions
A complete ban on scrubber washwater discharges in the Port of Vancouver
The Deadliest Catch: Scrubber washwater discharge in ASEAN fishing grounds
Scrubbers, a newly popular technology that greatly reduces pollution from ship exhaust, have a serious downside: the pollutants they capture are typically disposed of in ocean waters. In essence, they convert air pollution to water pollution. This blog examines the impact of “washwater” discharged by ships in southeast Asia, a region rich in fishing grounds, and makes recommendations for reforming the practice.
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.
The ongoing battle for stricter vehicle emission limits in Europe
Since the first regulations were put in place to address pollution from cars, the arguments against emissions standards have scarcely changed.
Taking the global pulse on soot-free bus progress with industry partners
In September 2017, BYD, Cummins, Scania, and Volvo joined the Global Industry Partnership on Soot-Free Clean Bus Fleets and pledged to make soot-free technologies available to 20 cities worldwide. What progress has been made?
What will it really cost to build the next generation of low-NOx trucks?
Different approaches to data collection of manufacturer costs of The California Air Resources Board’s low-NOx regulation lack transparency.
Buses cero emisiones en Bogotá a partir de 2022 – Liderazgo político para acelerar la transición
¡No más buses de combustión interna a partir de 2022! ¿Cómo se llegó a este importante hito?
More ready than willing: Global automakers seek to roll back Euro VI in Latin America
The NOM-044 and PROCONVE 8 emission standards will save lives in Mexico and Brazil and help slow climate change. What’s needed is implementation without delay.