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Energy in transport: How Europe could bring carbon emissions from transport under control. Dudley Curtis. Energy World. April 2006 P. 10-12

It is widely known that carbon emissions from the transport sector in Europe are ever-rising, while emissions from other sectors (industry, homes etc) are now regulated and gradually being brought under control. Dudley Curtis of the European Federation for Transport and Environment looks at road transport and aviation in particular, and details measures that could - and should - be taken to start the process of controlling transport emissions.

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