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View Resource Are Cap-and-Trade Programs more Environmentally Effective than Conventional Regulation?

This paper explores the consequences of cap-and-trade policies, where the total air pollutant emissions of a whole set of polluters are limited, and they are allowed to trade among themselves for the...

http://web.mit.edu/ceepr/www/publications/workingpapers/2003...
View Resource Aftertreatment of Diesel Vehicle Emissions Using Compact Plasmatron Fuel Converter-Catalyst Systems

Plasma Fuel Converters convert carbon fuel to rich hydrogen gas by electrifying fuel in an engine. This increases the efficient burning of the fuel, and reduces the resulting pollutants. This...

http://www.psfc.mit.edu/library1/catalog/reports/2000/00rr/0...
View Resource Hydrogen generation from plasmatron reformers: A promising technology for NOx adsorber regeneration and other automotive applications

Plasma Fuel Converters increase the efficiency of fuel in vehicles through the injection of electrical current. This document focuses on the benefits of using plasma reformers for nitrogen oxide...

http://www.osti.gov/bridge/servlets/purl/829856-lcsGSn/nativ...
View Resource Sources of Emission Reductions: Evidence from U.S. SO2 Emissions from 1985 through 2002

This paper describes database studies that have examined where the greatest emission reductions in sulfur dioxide have occurred over the past twenty years. Specifically, the paper examines whether...

http://web.mit.edu/ceepr/www/publications/workingpapers/2004...
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