Posts Tagged greenhouse gas emissions

E360: Transportation Revolution

No Silver Bullet to Sustainable Transportation

24 November 2013 | News

It is projected that there will be two billion vehicles on the road worldwide by 2030. In some sense, what will constitute sustainable transportation at this scale seems quite clear: high efficiency, low-to-zero emission, and high accessibility are a few of the key areas for development. However, one point that was driven home at the Stanford Energy Club’s (SEC) Energy 360 speaker series is that … (click on header to read more)

Fuel Chain GHG Emissions

What We Know and Don’t Know on Methane Leakage from the Natural Gas Fuel Chain

26 November 2012 | Issue 2

Dr. Joel Swisher, a Consulting Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, discusses the implications of continued emphasis on natural gas versus coal.