Reducing Black Carbon Emissions from Diesel Vehicles: Impacts, Control Strategies, and Cost Benefit Analysis

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2014

This report aims to inform efforts to control black carbon emissions from diesel-based transportation in developing countries. It presents a summary of emissions control approaches from developed countries, while recognizing that developing countries face a number of on-the-ground implementation challenges. A cost-benefit framework for economic analysis of diesel black carbon emissions control transport projects is also presented that factors in both climate and health benefits.

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