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May, 2006 How to Reduce Air Pollution With Cleaner Fuels and Cleaner
Vehicles
, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the United Nations Commission for Sustainable Development.
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2005 Worldwide Emissions Overview, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Haagen Smit Symposium 2005.
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June 4, 2005 Emission Control of Vehicles A Road Map For Viet Nam. Michael P. Walsh. PDF
June 3, 2005 Memo: New York City Bus Fleet Upgrade Status, sent by Michael P. Walsh to Dongquan He. PDF
May, 2005 Motor Vehicles: Overview, Alternatives, Issues. Air Pollution as Climate Forcing: Alternative Scenarios – Their Benefits and Costs. Michael P. Walsh with advic and assistance from B. Croes, A. Ayala, R. Corey and M. DeLucchi. PDF
May, 2005 Comments To The Health Effects Institute Special Committee On Emerging Technologies. Michael P. Walsh.
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May, 2005 Global Trends In Motor Vehicle Pollution Control. Michael P. Walsh. PDF
May 16, 2005 Nonroad Vehicle Emissions Requirements Around the World: A 2005 Status Report, by Michael P. Walsh.
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May 14, 2004 Stage 1 and Stage 2 Vapor Recovery, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Clean Fuels and Vehicles Workshop; Hanoi, Vietnam. PDF
May 12-14, 2004 Vehicle Emissions Standards: A Key To Clean Air Clean Fuels and Vehicles in Vietnam. Michael P. Walsh; Hanoi, Vietnam. PDF
April 13, 2005 India: The Next Global Automotive Hub?, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the SAE 2005 Technical Innovation Forum. PDF
March, 2005 Motor Vehicle Pollution Control History, Status, Challenges & Opportunities, by Michael P. Walsh. PDF
March 21-22, 2005 Financing Refinery Upgrades To Reduce Sulfur in Gasoline and Diesel Fuel, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the International Conference On Fiscal Policies For Promoting Cleaner and More Efficient Technologies.
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February, 2005 Emissions Control Options For In-Use Diesel Vehicles. Michael P. Walsh; Shenzhen, China. PDF
January, 2005 Sustainable Transportation: The Lessons of The Past 50 Years. Michael P. Walsh. PDF
December, 2004 Linkages between Stricter Emissions Standards and Fuel Quality: Cost-Benefit Analyses of Lowering Sulfur Levels in Gasoline and Diesel, presented by Michael P. Walsh and Katherine Blumberg; BAQ 2004; Agra, India. PDF
December 13, 2004 Motor Vehicle Pollution Control: Lessons Learned Over The Past Fifty Years, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the China Fuel Economy Workshop; Hong Kong. PDF
December 03, 2004 Benefits versus Costs: Low Sulfur Fuels & Tight Vehicle Standards in Brazil, presented by Gabriel Murgel Branco, Katherine Blumberg, and Michael P. Walsh; São Paulo, Brazil. PDF
December 2, 2004 International Experience in Improving Fuel Efficiency and Reducing Greenhouse Gases, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Workshop on Fuel Efficiency Opportunities in São Paulo. PDF
November 9, 2004 The Impact of Fuel Parameters on Vehicle Emissions, paper by Michael P. Walsh for presentation at the 5th China/Asia Clean Fuels International Conference. PDF
October 7, 2004 Status of Worldwide Environmental Regulations, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the 20th Annual Mobile Sources Clean Air Conference. PDF
October 1, 2004 Mitigating The Environmental and Health Effects of Motor Vehicles and Fuels. Michael P. Walsh; Moscow, Russia. PDF
September 28, 2004 Worldwide Evolution of Diesel Emissions Standards, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the 3rd Aaqius & Aaiqus Paris Forum.
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September 21, 2004 Mitigating the Environmental and Health Effects of Motor Vehicles and Fuels in Russia and the CIS. Paper by Michael P. Walsh. PDF
September 6, 2004 The Impact of Fuel Parameters on Vehicle Emissions. A Background Paper for the Oil Dialogue. Clean Air Initiative - Asia. MPW. PDF
July 22, 2004 Towards Clean Air in Asian Cities: The Importance of I/M, presented by Michael P. Walsh; Jakarta, Indonesia. PDF
July 22, 2004 Status of Motor Vehicle Environmental Regulations in Asia. Michael P. Walsh; Jakarta, Indonesia. PDF
July 22, 2004 Alternative Approaches To Transportation A Tale of Two Cities. Michael P. Walsh; Jakarta, Indonesia. PDF
June 14, 2004 Global Trends in Heavy Duty Diesel Emission Regulation: A 2004 Update, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Windsor Workshop. PDF
April 26-29, 2004 Health Effects and Regulatory Developments Around the World, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Asian Vehicle Emission Control Conference 2004; Beijing, China. PDF
April 5 to 8, 2004 International Experience in Reducing Greenhouse Gases From The Transportation Sector, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Haagen-Smit Symposium Fourth Annual Meeting; California, USA. PDF
March 30-
April 1, 2004
Challenges To Fuel Quality and Technology Improvement in Asia Examples of Proactive Approaches. The Leapfrog Factor: Towards Clean Air in Asian Cities; India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India. Michael P. Walsh. PDF
March 17-19, 2004 Beyond Lead: The Sulfur Challenge, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Seminar on Clean Fuels and Vehicles in Western Asia and North Africa; Beirut. PDF
March 1, 2004 Environmentally Friendly Vehicles: Initiatives in the United States, prepared by Michael P. Walsh; Tokyo, Japan. PDF
January 27, 2004 Diesel – What The Future Holds: An International Perspective, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the California Air Pollution Control Officers Association. PDF
2003 Motor Vehicle Pollution Control - A 2003 Update, A presentation prepared by MPW. PDF
June 5, 2003 Worldwide Trends in Motor Vehicle Pollution Control, A presentation by MPW at the symposium "Considering the Automobile Society in the 21st Century." Environment Day. Tokyo. PDF
May, 2003 Policy Fundamentals for Clean Air: The Lessons of the Past Fifty Years, A presentation by MPW at the 20th anniversary of the South Korean Clean Air Society. Seoul. PDF
May, 2003 Low-Sulfur Gasoline and Diesel: The Key to Lower Vehicle Emissions, prepared by Katherine O. Blumberg, Michael P. Walsh, and Charlotte Pera for the International Council on Clean Transportation. PDF
May, 2003 A Comparative Assessment of Vehicle Technologies and Fuels: Diesel, CNG or Hybrid - A presentation by MPW at Clean Air Initiative for Latin America. Lima, Peru. PDF
May 29-30, 2003 Why Low Sulfur Fuels?, A presentation by MPW at the Sulfur Workshop. Mexico City. PDF
April 24-25, 2003 The Need For and Potential Benefits of Advanced Technology Vehicles in China, presented by MPW at Workshop On Advanced Technology Vehicles. Beijing, PRC. PDF
April 3-4, 2003 Heavy Duty Vehicle Emissions Control - What Drives The Regulators?, Presentation by MPW at the 2nd AVL International Commercial Powertrain Conference. Graz, Austria. PDF
March 20, 2003 Global Trends in Diesel Particulate Control: Current Trends and Remaining Challenges, Presented by MPW at the Symposium "Measurement and regulation trend of nano particles." Tokyo, Japan. PDF
March 7, 2003 Motor Vehicle Inspection In the National Capital Region (NCR) of India, Recommendations for Short-, Medium-, and Long Terms, "A Plan for Progress", by Lennart Erlandsson, MTC AB; Sweden and Michael P. Walsh; USA, Prepared for Centre for Science and Environment, Delhi. PDF
February, 2003 Global Trends in Motor Vehicle Pollution Control: Where We Are, Where We Are Going, Presentation by MPW to the Auckland Regional Council. PDF
February, 2003 The Global Impacts of Heavy Duty Vehicle Emissions, Presentation by MPW at the conference "Clean Heavy Duty Vehicles: Setting the Direction for Advanced Technologies and Fuels" organized by CALSTART. Tempe, Arizona. PDF
January, 2003 Global Trends in Motor Vehicle Pollution Control: Future Challenges for Developing Countries, Presented by MPW at SIAT 2003, Pune, India. PDF
December 8-10, 2002 China - EU Cooperation Project: Final Summary of Results, presentation of MPW at International Symposium. Beijing, PRC. PDF
October 15, 2002 Mobile Sources, Fuels and PM2.5 Emissions, The Scope and Nature of the Problem and Existing Programs to Reduce Emissions, A presentation by MPW to The State and Territorial Air Pollution Program Administrators and the Association of Local Air Pollution Control Officials. PDF
June, 2002 The Dangers of the Dirtiest Diesels: The Health and Welfare Impacts of Nonroad Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines and Fuels, The State and Territorial Air Pollution Program Administrators and the Association of Local Air Pollution Control Officials. PDF
January 27, 2002

The Need for and Benefits of Eliminating Lead from Gasoline, A presentation by MPW at symposium in Pretoria, South Africa.

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January 25, 1996 Environmental Considerations for Cleaner Transportation Fuels in Asia: Technical Options, Prepared by Michael P. Walsh for The World Bank, Jitu Shah, Project Director. PDF
not specified The Road Map For Achieving Euro Standards in New Vehicles and Fuels To Improve Air Quality in Vietnam. PDF
not specified Tables Summarizing Fuel's Impacts on Emissions. PDF
not specified Motor Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance: The Worldwide Experience. Paper by Michael P. Walsh. PDF
not specified Overview of Clean Air Transport Issues in Latin America. PDF
not specified Major Challenges in Each Region for Reducing Environmental and Health Damage from Motor Vehicles. PDF
not specified Technology And Cost Of Sulfur Reduction In Transportation Fuels, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Central America Regional Workshop Fuel Quality. PDF
not specified Linkage Between Fuels, Vehicles and Emissions – The Role of Sulfur. PDF
not specified In Use Diesel Vehicle Control Options. PDF
not specified Motor Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance: The Worldwide Experience. Michael P. Walsh. PDF
not specified Health and Environmental Concerns Associated With Diesel Vehicle Emissions. PDF
not specified Global Motor Vehicle Emissions Regulations. PDF
not specified Comparison of California LEV II and Tier 2 Vehicles Programs. PDF
not specified Current Trends in Worldwide Desulfurization, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Roundtable on Low Sulfur and Alternative Fuels in Brazil. PDF
not specified Why China Needs Low Sulfur Fuels. Michael P. Walsh. PDF
not specified Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles - Standards and Technologies for Controlling Emissions, prepared by Asif Faiz, Christopher S. Weaver and Michael P. Walsh, with contributions by Surhid P. Gautam Lit-Mian Chan, published by the World Bank. PDF
not specified Clean Fuels in China - A report prepared by MPW for publication in Sinosphere. PDF
not specified Control of Emissions from Nonroad Diesel Engines and Fuel - A summary of the EPA proposal by MPW. PDF
not specified Progress Toward Clean Cars, Trucks and Buses, A report commissioned by the Hewlett Foundation and the Energy Foundation, prepared by Michael P. Walsh and Charlotte Pera. PDF

 

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