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Europe crawls towards low-carbon transport

This article was first published by Oxford Energy ForumOn the back of the Paris climate deal and record high global temperatures, Europe is slowly crawling towards a 2030 low-carbon strategy for transport. Later this year the European Commission is supposed to present a strategy paper, followed by concrete policy initiatives over the next year or so. This article looks into what Europe has done so far in the context of 2020 initiatives and what the key lessons are for the forthcoming action with timeline 2030.

Published on July 7, 2016 - 10:06

PSA et T&E rendent publiques les consommations de carburant en conditions réelles d'utilisation pour 30 modèles du groupe

Le Groupe PSA s’engage vis-à-vis de ses clients en publiant les résultats de consommation en usage réel de 30 modèles cœur de gamme. Ces résultats sont issus du protocole d’essais défini avec les ONG Transport & Environment (T&E) et France Nature Environnement (FNE), audités par Bureau Veritas. Ce protocole fiable et reproductible, permet de mesurer la consommation en usage réel des clients PSA.
Published on July 6, 2016 - 10:16

'The EU needs now to embark on an agenda of transformational change' – Green 10 reaction to the UK referendum

Following the result of the UK referendum to leave the EU, the Green 10 – 10 of the leading environmental networks active at European level – said the result was a blow to the values of openness, inclusiveness, tolerance, respect and commitment to sustainability that the EU represents. In the coming debate on how the EU will live up to these values, it must become better in making the case for the values and benefits EU policies have brought for its citizens’ health and wellbeing, the Green 10’s directors wrote in letter to presidents Juncker, Tusk and Schulz, and Prime Minister Rutte. These include cleaner air, water and beaches, thriving wildlife, safer substances and green energy, to name but a few. These benefits should be communicated loud and clear and all the time.

Published on June 27, 2016 - 15:45

Carmakers’ hands tied as EU agrees CO2 targets will be based on new test

CO2 targets for 2021 for new cars will be based on an improved test, the WLTP (Worldwide harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure), after a decision today by the European Council and the European Commission. Sustainable transport group Transport & Environment (T&E) welcomes the decision as the conversion methodology will limit how much carmakers can manipulate tests to meet 2021 CO2 limits for new cars.

Published on June 23, 2016 - 15:08

Cost of ambitious new car CO2 targets well below previous estimate – ICCT

The cost of introducing ambitious CO2 reduction targets for cars by 2025 is much less than previously estimated, according to preliminary figures released by research group the ICCT. Cutting car CO2 to around 75g of CO2 per km is estimated to cost around €600 extra per vehicle beyond the agreed 95g/km 2021 target.

Published on June 15, 2016 - 13:15

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