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MEPs, member states strike ship CO2 deal

EU legislators have maintained the original scope of the proposed law on monitoring, reporting and verifying CO2 emissions from ships in a deal struck on Tuesday
News Transport, lorry 1

Lorry deal reached but further talks loom

The controversial issue of lorry cab design changes will remain open for several more years, after lawmakers decided that the details of the new design should be agreed through co-decision
Comment People, William Todts

Transport in ETS could be slippery slope

The mooted inclusion of transport in the carbon market at national level could do long-term damage to the EU’s efforts to cut vehicles’ climate impact, says William Todts of T&E
Analysis Transport, containers

Weighing up the options on ships' CO2

While the EU is planning measures to reduce shipping emissions, Gareth Simkins finds that the sector is starting to introduce cleaner technologies
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People, Claudio De Vincenti (credit: European Union)

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