Fugitive and Unburned Methane Emissions from Ships (FUMES) project

New research from the International Council on Clean Transportation, using groundbreaking methods, finds methane emissions from ships powered by liquified natural gas is much higher than believed, pointing to the need for much tougher regulations to safeguard the climate and protect coastal communities from dangerous air pollution.

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The case for compact cities electrified in India

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from transport is crucial to meet India’s climate action commitments and limit global warming to 1.5°C. A new report by ITDP and the University of California, Davis, “Compact Cities Electrified: India,” finds developing compact and dense cities that shift most trips to walking, cycling, and public transport while simultaneously pursuing rapid electrification of all vehicles is the solution.

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