Noor Mohammed

: India may have earned some goodwill from the international community by promising significant reductions in its carbon intensity of GDP at the recent Copenhagen summit. However, the real challenge lies in implementation. If India fails to meet the challenge, it might end up losing credibility. Unfortunately, the way India

Sujay Mehdudia

NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday announced that the state-run oil firms will start supplying Euro-IV grade petrol and diesel in 13 big cities and Euro-III compliant petrol in rest of the country from April 1. However, supply of the cleaner diesel to rest of the country may be delayed by three to six months.

Rishi Raj, Yogima Seth

India will make fuel efficiency standards mandatory for the transport sector from 2011 as part of a growing suite of measures to fight climate change, the country

Transportation is the second largest contributor to total U.S. greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and responsible for about one-third of U.S. carbon-dioxide emissions from the combustion of fossil fuels. There are a variety of policy strategies that can be used to address GHG emissions from the transportation sector; this paper focuses on two such mechanisms.

In the transport sector, especially for the PM pollution, the diesel combustion dominates

Canada plans to more than double the amount of oil it extracts from Alberta's oil sands by 2025 and will sell it

Since the end of World War II, the world

New vehicle emission standards will likely be a boon for everything from aluminium to new plastics, but the producers of lithium -- a mineral used in batteries that power new generation vehicles -- could be the big winners.

The tough U.S. fuel economy standards announced by President Barack Obama on Tuesday represents a bonanza for companies that supply hybrid technology and other gas-conserving components needed to meet the new benchmarks.

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