If we continue shipping goods as we do today, freight emissions will surpass energy as the most carbon-intensive sector by 2050.
International shipping is one of the worst climate change contributors — but there's minimal accountability on the high seas for emissions.
After some years of emissions falling, this year represents one of the highest rise in U.S. carbon emissions in the past two decades.
Because the vast majority of trips by delivery vehicles are within a 100-mile range, electric trucks are an incredibly viable option for delivering holiday packages.
Long vehicle design cycles and mandates beyond the U.S. border will continue to fuel progress.
Dutch engineers and oil giant Total unveil recyclable, bio-based electric vehicle that they claim is 100 percent recyclable.
Energy usage in extractions is notoriously unsustainable, which presents a new opportunity for local communities.
Richer nations may import the products, but they're not held accountable for the emissions.
Now that there’s finally a target (albeit a weak one), it’s time to pour on the steam.
Amid a worrisome increase in transportation emissions, is it time for "climate policies 2.0"?