ICCT in the media

News reports and features, April 2018

  • Rolling back GHG light vehicle rules: what does it mean for trucking? —Fleet Owner, 4/2/2018
  • Das neue Verordnungsmonster der EU ist bürokratischer Aktionismus —STERN.de, 4/2/2018
  • How U.S. Fuel Economy Standards Compare With the Rest of the World’s —The New York Times, 4/3/2018
  • В ФРГ план Трампа отменить нормы расхода топлива машинами считают эгоистичным —Deutsche Welle, 4/4/2018
  • Una oportunidad dorada para dejar en el retrovisor la nube de humo negro que sigue a Transmilenio —El Espectador, 4/4/2018
  • Canada not on board plan to ban ‘dirty fuel’ use on Arctic shipping routes —National Post, 4/5/2018
  • Ship climate talks expose the EU’s own fault lines —POLITICO Pro, 4/6/2018
  • Global negotiations set to limit greenhouse-gas pollution from ships —Nature, 4/6/2018
  • In-depth: Will countries finally agree a climate deal for shipping? —Carbon Brief, 4/6/2018
  • Inuit activist blasts Canada’s foot-dragging on dirty fuels ban in the Arctic —Radio Canada International, 4/11/2018
  • Reality Check: Are ships more polluting than Germany? —BBC, 4/12/2018
  • Nations Strike Historic Deal to Curb Shipping Emissions —Bloomberg, 4/13/2018
  • Carbon emissions from global shipping to be halved by 2050, says IMO —The Independent, 4/13/2018
  • The shipping industry is finally going to cut its climate change emissions. That’s a big deal —Washington Post, 4/13/2018
  • Marshall Islands back plan forcing a dirty global polluter to clean up its act —Mashable, 4/14/2018
  • Konzerne fordern schärfere Abgasregeln für Lkw —SPIEGEL ONLINE, 4/18/2018
  • The shipping sector gets aboard —The New York Times CLIMATE FWD Newsletter, 4/18/2018
  • Volkswagen’s Penance Will Expand Nation’s Fast-Charging Network—Forbes, 4/23/2018
  • On vehicle emissions standards it’s time Canada divorced the US —Policy Options, 4/27/2018
  • Canada’s math may overlook carbon pollution from biofuels —National Observer, 4/30/2018
  • California Is Gearing Up For a Big Fight Over Tailpipe Emissions. Here’s Why —The New York Times, 4/30/2018

An archive of previous media mentions by month is available here.