The International Council on Clean Transportation aims to provide regulators and other key stakeholders with research and analysis to enact policies that cut emissions from vehicles, protect public health, and minimize climate change. The organization will work toward the adoption of advanced fuel economy standards for cars and trucks to reduce their fuel consumption in key regions such as the United States, Europe and China. Additional work will focus on implementation of zero emissions vehicle mandates in the United States and adoption and implementation of pollution controls for cars and trucks in China, India, and Mexico, and for ships globally.
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for electric vehicle work in India
The International Council on Clean Transportation is an independent, nonprofit environmental research organization with offices in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Berlin, and Beijing. The Council’s mission is to improve the environmental performance and energy efficiency of road, marine, and air transportation, in order to mitigate climate change and benefit public health. With this grant, the Council will conduct research and analysis in support of strong national and state policies that accelerate electric vehicle deployment in India.
for general operating support
The International Council on Clean Transportation’s overall goal is to achieve zero emissions from the transportation sector, with a 2050 target for passenger vehicles — due to the maturity of policy and technology pathways — and an "as soon as possible thereafter" target for heavy-duty vehicles, marine, and aviation. The Council provides regulators and other key stakeholders at city, state, and national governments with research and analysis for policies that cut emissions from vehicles. During the grant term, the Council will work toward the adoption and enforcement of advanced policies for zero emissions and clean cars and trucks in key regions and car markets, such as the U.S., Europe, China, and India.