Monthly Archives: March 2010

Tourist fair TUR 2010

The other day, I took part in the environmental panel debate at the tourist fair in Gothenburg. Representatives from the fuel chain, the bus operators and a manufacturer were asked: How can the target to double the public transports to … Continue reading

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Energy efficiency of person transports

Historically the environmental impact has included: From 1970ties: Hazardous emissions with impact on health, such as NOx, hydrocarbons and particulates From 1980ties: Sulphur as contributor to acid rain, Substances that deteriorate the high altitude ozone layer From 1990ties: Fossile carbon … Continue reading

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Electric mobility in Germany

I spent the last two days in Berlin at a seminar series on electrical mobility.As most countries today Germany is planning for a future with less oil dependence. The challenge is to:   -Decrease the energy use -Decrease the impact … Continue reading

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