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North America and Europe both have stringent fuel emission and environmental regulations in place.
Now, an increase in fossil fuel emissions threatens to muddy the picture even more.
Colonel Mohammed Ahmed Saif Al Mazroui, Chief of the Peripheral Regions Traffic Section of Abu Dhabi Police, said there were 7,040 fines for vehicles with worn-out tyres, 2,544 to vehicles with no brake lights, 1,375 for vehicleswith broken or faulty indicators or lights, 147 for with fuel emissions exceeding specified standardsand 179 for commercial vehicles with no lights on the back or sides of trailers.
We are facing challenges on the climate front, fossil fuel emissions and so on.
2012), which is a greater percent reduction in fossil fuel emissions than required by the standards set by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for federal use of synthetic fuels under the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act legislation (Sissine 2007).
According to the University of East Anglia (UEA) Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, fossil fuel emissions increased by 5.
The study found that they cumulatively absorbed almost a third of annual fossile fuel emissions, or nearly 2.
The small 2009 decrease in global fossil fuel emissions includes large regional shifts, with large decreases occurring in Europe, Japan and North America (e.
The real surprise was that we were expecting a bigger dip due to the financial crisis in terms of fossil fuel emissions," said Pep Canadell, executive director of the Global Carbon Project and one of the co-authors of the study published in the latest issue of the journal Nature Geoscience.
Included in the program are processes such as the optimization of efficient motors, aerodynamics and driver training, all of which will result in lower fuel emissions and--therefore-lower [CO.
This is part of an energy savings program caned Greensboro Goes Green that focuses on implementing sound, cost-effective energy management and investment practices aimed at lowering energy costs, reducing fossil fuel emissions, slowing climate change and preserving natural resources.
Emissions from forest fires is "a drop in the bucket when we look at fossil fuel emissions," she said.
The experts will be on hand with their driving simulator to show how you can reduce your fuel emissions and get more miles for your money.
Pedro Pierluisi, Puerto Rico's delegate to the US Congress says the island is getting US$34 million in federal stimulus money to reduce fossil fuel emissions and to upgrade energy efficiency, reports AP (March 27, 2009).
Switzerland's Minister of Energy, Environment and Public Transport Moritz Leuenberger said the Masdar initiative is an inspiration for the world's developed and developing countries to cut their fuel emissions and increase their usage of alternative energy.