Lee Schipper, Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley:
One of EPA’s vital services is testing and certifying various products. When I started EMBARQ, the WRI Center for Sustainable Transport I was besieged by emails about snake-oil cures for engine emissions and poor fuel economy.
A StreetsBlog post quoting Lee Schipper's presentation at a transportation workshop during Regional Plan Association’s annual Regional Assembly. During the talk, Lee covered biofuels, congestion pricing, among other issues
n a fascinating and wide-ranging debate, four Principal Voices shared their views on this most complex and important of subjects: Adriana Lobo of Mexico City's Center for Sustainable Transport; Claudia Sheinbaum, Minister of Environment for Mexico City; E
China is responding to the enormous challenges its rapid growth is posing to the world’s environment, energy-resources supply and sustainable development.
EMBARQ, the World Resources Institute's Center for Transport and the Environment, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Mexico City government, the Mexican Ministry for Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT), and the Center for Sustainable T
Even as indisciplined Blueline buses, unscrupulous autorickshaw drivers and reckless commercial vehicles continue to operate with impunity on Delhi's roads, the Delhi Government is launching another of its "regular'' drives from New Year's Day to check po
There are signs that China, faced with energy shortages as well as worsening congestion and air pollution, is turning its attention back to encouraging cycling in its cities.
The Beijing transportation bureau has announced new bus fares, a reorganization of the bus network, and a massive increase in public transit spending - all aimed at transforming Beijing’s uncomfortable but necessary relationship with the bus.
Developing cars powered by hydrogen will be an effective way to relieve China's gas pollution problems, experts say.
A team at Stanford University has studied the potential effects on pollution if all U.S. vehicles converted to hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles (HFCVs). The switch could prevent 3,700 to 6,400 deaths attributable to pollution in the U.S. each year, the team r