Recent policy changes to mileage standards affecting light-duty vehicles in the United States have resulted in increased uncertainty for the automobile industry. At the same time, electric vehicles are growing in popularity and penetration is expected to substantially grow over the next decade. The focus for this month’s issue is the emissions trajectory of the light-duty vehicle sector.
Inside This Month's Issue
Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Emissions
by Justin Walters
What’s Ahead for Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Emissions?
by H. Christopher Frey and Michael P. Walsh
Light-Duty Vehicle Emissions: An Automotive Perspective
by T.J. Wallington, J.E. Anderson, X. He, W.C. Ruona, W. Shen, R. Vogt, and S.L. Winkler
Are Electric Vehicles a Panacea for Reducing Ozone Precursor Emissions?
by Gary A. Bishop
California’s Commitment to the Rapid Transition to Zero-Emission Vehicles is Undeterred
by Alberto Ayala
Also This Month...
PM File: Backlog: An Eye to the Future
by David Elam
A look at backlog and why it is an important metric for environment, health, and safety (EH&S) consulting firms.
Message from the President: Challenges for Cleaner Transportation
by Kim Marcus
Back In Time: A&WMA’s Annual Critical Review Turns 50
A look at the 1971 Critical Review, “National Air Quality Standards for Automotive Pollutants” by Heuss, et al.
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