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The recently published heavy-duty vehicle certification data from the European Union are a valuable source of information to assess the values of the CO2 standards baseline, track the progress of truck manufacturers towards their reduction targets, and understand the various technology pathways chosen by manufacturers to decarbonize their fleets

An upcoming review of the heavy-duty CO2 emissions standards in the European Union will consider several adjustments to the regulation, including the possibility of extending the CO2 emissions reduction targets to other vehicle segments, as well as setting specific targets for trailers.

There is growing interest, especially in Latin America, in implementing and expanding voluntary green freight programs that include eco-driving as a key component.

The Union ministry of petroleum and natural gas has prepared a draft liquefied natural gas (LNG) policy which aims to set up a framework for the promotion of gas and find ways for LNG adoption in sectors which currently does not use it as a fuel.

The Goa Motor Vehicles Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2020 is a Bill further to amend the Goa, Daman and Diu Motor Vehicles Tax Act, 1974 (Act No.8 of 1974). In the Goa, Daman and Diu Motor Vehicles Tax Act, 1974 (Act No.

Trucks account for less than 2% of the vehicles on the road but 22% of CO2 emissions from road transport. The relative share of truck emissions is bound to increase as emissions from passenger cars are driven downwards by the surge in the sales of electric cars.

China's top environmental watchdog has vowed to succeed in air pollution control this year by enhancing the management of diesel-powered trucks while further reducing industrial emissions.

Germany is pushing back against European Union countries that want more ambitious emission limits for trucks, saying carbon dioxide cuts should not go beyond 15 percent by 2025 and 30 percent by 20

The ban on the entry of heavy vehicles into the national capital was lifted on Tuesday, four days after it was imposed due to alarming pollution levels, even as a thick haze engulfed the city with

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 01/11/2018 regarding the entry of commercial vehicles in Delhi leading to air pollution.

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