This volume contains articles from leading analysts and researchers on sustainable transportation, who provide critical reflections on how automobile-related climate policies have evolved up to now in Europe and around the world, in view of the widely recognized need to substantially curb global emissions of greenhouse gases in the coming decades. Authors describe the policies which have been most effective, outline their economic and social implications, present success stories while critically reviewing less successful examples, and suggest strategies to decarbonize passenger transportation on a global scale.learning curve for other parts of the electric propulsion system could be expected to be much flatter, and therefore does not ... a second advantage by providing equal treatment to all types of car battery and by allowing battery cars, plug-in electric hybrids ... In Britain, a battery capacity of 20 kWh would provide the average car owner with sufficient electric propulsion for nine out of 10 days. ... 3, 2010. http://www.walshcarlines.com/pdf/nsl20103.pdf [last accessed March 12 Carlines No.
|Title||:||Cars and Carbon|
|Author||:||Theodoros I. Zachariadis|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-11-19|