Transportation Decarbonization References
A list of studies, reports, books, and articles related to decarbonizing the freight, marine, aviation, and passenger vehicle sectors, current as of April 2017.
Toward Sustainable Aviation Fuels
Eileen edited this report (authored by Seth Zuckerman, published by Climate Solutions) exploring progress toward reducing global carbon pollution from commercial aviation 50 percent by 2050, which accounts for 2 percent of global carbon pollution and is forecast to grow to between 3 and 4.7 percent by 2050 without concerted action to curb emissions.
Repowering Mobility: Envisioning a New Future for Transportation
Keynote presentation given at Western Washington University’s Repowering Mobility conference on April 18, 2017, exploring the various challenges and opportunities for decarbonizing aviation, freight, marine, and passenger vehicles.
Low-Carbon Pathways: Transportation
Presentation that explores the low-carbon pathways for the transportation sector, with emphasis on electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles, delivered for Western Washington University Institute for Energy Studies course on January 30, 2018.
Future of Sustainable Aviation Biofuels
Presentation given by Ross Macfarlane at a Port of Seattle event on July 19, 2017, outlining the current state of sustainable aviation fuels.
Are We There Yet?
This summer, I participated in an event sponsored by the Port of Seattle unveiling a new report that addresses how to make sustainable aviation fuels economically competitive.
A Beginner’s Guide to Alternative Fuel Vehicles
As the climate crisis grows, transportation sector emissions must be addressed. The transport sector in Washington and Oregon accounts for nearly half of all energy-related CO2 emissions.