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Transportation on a Greenhouse Planet: A Least-Cost Transition Scenario for the U.S.

January 1, 1993
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This paper shows how an environmentally sound transportation policy emphasizing improved vehicle efficiency as well as shifts to alternative transportation modes and renewable fuels can cost-effectively cut transportation--related petroleum use by two-thirds, Co2 emissions by one-half and other air pollution by substantial amounts. It is based on a synthesis of transportation results from America’s Energy Choices and appears as a chapter in Transportation and Global Climate Change.

Research Report

Transportation on a Greenhouse Planet: A Least-Cost Transition Scenario for the U.S.

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Climate Change Policy, Air Emissions Regulation, and CPP Transportation System Efficiency

Authors

John DeCicco
Steve Bernow
Deborah Gordon
David Goldstein
John Holtzclaw
Marc Ledbetter
Peter Miller
harvy sachs
Harvey Sachs
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