February 19, 2010


Greenhouse Gas emissions reduction potential and associated costs from transportation and land use strategies for 50 states


Jack Faucett Associates and the Center for Climate Strategies are completing 50 states worth of data and policy work on transportation sector ghg mitigation reduction potential, costs, and economic impacts. Recently completed data analysis was prepared for the Southern Governor’s Association and for the Midwest Transportation Air Quality Summit”: The work completed for these two regions of the United States completes development of data and major policy opportunities analysis for the United States. The 50 states data is organized into a national database that may be used to inform potential state actions, congressional discussions of federal legislation, and international discussions of the potential for the United States to reach the ghg reduction target levels.

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