This briefing paper identifies and discusses 12 key measures adopted worldwide that could incentivize the transition to zero-emission off-road equipment.
The briefing explores the use of electrification and zero-emission fuels for the Port of Yangpu, offering three scenarios to achieve zero emissions by 2050 and emphasizing the importance of early planning and economic considerations.
Analyzes the potential climate and sustainability risks associated with a biomethane target in Europe, emphasizing the need for careful regulation of eligible feedstocks, and recommends referencing the low-GHG feedstocks in Annex IX of the Renewable Energy Directive.
This briefing assesses the clarity of 17 differentiated state action plans submitted by countries around the world to meet the International Civil Aviation Organization’s goal of achieving net-zero aviation emissions by 2050.
Assesses proposed mechanisms to credit alternative fuels in Europe’s CO2 standards for trucks and buses and identifies potential climate risks that would dilute the emission reduction benefits of the European Commission’s proposal.
Highlights key differences in the life-cycle assessment (LCA) methodologies used to estimate the greenhouse gas emissions from sustainable aviation fuel.
Presents an international comparison of the Euro 7 limits proposed by the European Commission for cars and vans with the rules applicable in the United States and China.
Models emission reductions and associated health benefits from implementing the Euro 7 standards as proposed, with increased stringency, and under a delayed timeline
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