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What Is the Carbon Footprint of Transportation?

The statistician and engineer W. Edwards Deming once said “In God we trust. All others must bring data.” Some of the best data come from the Our World in Data team at Oxford University. Their latest looks at what form of transport has the smallest carbon footprint.

10/07/21
                                                               

Profitably Decarbonizing Heavy Transport and Industrial Heat

To avoid the worst risks of runaway climate change, the world must cut global greenhouse gas emissions— chiefly carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels—in half by 2030 and to about zero by 2050. Of that CO2,

08/23/21
                                                               

A Low Carbon Fuel Standard: In Brief

As part of the congressional deliberations on addressing climate change, Congress may consider policy options for reducing greenhouse gas(GHG)emissions from the transportation sector. One of the leading contributors to the U.S. GHG emission profile in 2019was carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from fossil fuel combustion by the transportation sector (e.g., gasoline and diesel consumption in automobiles, freight trucks, and aircraft). While Congress has actedto impacttransportation sectorGHGemissions (e.g.,the Renewable Fuel Standardor RFS), some Members of Congress are evaluatingtakingadditional action.

08/16/21
                                                               

Climate Action Pathway

By 2050, passenger and freight transport will be completely decarbonized by shifting to a more sustainable, diverse and resilient range of modes and vehicle technologies. Although individual countries will need to identify their own pathway to decarbonize their transport sector based on existing or potential constraints, challenges and policy priorities, the shifts will be made in a phased manner over a number of milestones, including higher market shares of lowand zerocarbon vehicles and modes (such as rail, public transport, walking and cycling), vessels and aircraft (including electric, hydrogen, hybrids, biofuels and ammonia), leading to all transport modes being completely decarbonized by 2050.

08/11/21
                                                               

PRESIDENTIAL ACTIONS: Biden Administration Advances Expansion & Modernization of the Electric Grid

Departments of Energy and Transportation Announce New Actions to Upgrade America’s Power Infrastructure — Creating Jobs, Increasing Reliability, and Combating Climate Change

04/27/21
                                                               

Our Transportation Future

The Transportation and Climate Initiative is a collaboration of Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states and the District of Columbia. In December 2018, nine TCI states and D.C. committed to design and create a market-based program over the course of 2019 to limit transportation pollution.

07/27/20
                                                               

Building Resilient Transportation

State and regional transportation agencies across the country are facing extreme weather events that damage roads and bridges and cost large sums to repair, not to mention the cost to the economy from disrupted travel.

06/10/20
                                                               

The Most Detailed Map of Auto Emissions in America

Transportation is the largest source of planet-warming greenhouse gases in the United States today and the bulk of those emissions come from driving in our cities and suburbs.

04/30/20
                                                               

Solar carports: how do they work and how much do they cost?

While a typical carport or patio cover provides shading and is undoubtedly a value-add for a home or automobile owner, its one-dimensional simplicity is a missed opportunity. If you’re a PV fanatic following emerging technologies in the solar industry, you may have already spotted the solar industry’s solution: solar canopies, also known as solar carports .

04/25/20
                                                               

Fuel Economy in Hot Weather

Hot weather can actually increase your fuel economy. Your engine warms up to an efficient temperature faster; summer grades of gasoline can have slightly more energy; and warm air causes less aerodynamic drag than cold air.

04/25/20