The Trump administration's fuel economy rule is expected to require automakers to increase average fuel efficiency by 1.5% annually from 2021 to 2026, a rollback of the Obama-era standards. We assess the impact of this proposal on oil demand, driver costs, and greenhouse gas emissions.
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Public analysis on two-way venture capital dynamics between the US and China has been limited. As a part of the US-China Investment Project, we review US-China venture capital trends from 2000 to 2019, analyze drivers, and discuss challenges for policymakers in the current environment.
After a sharp uptick in 2018, we estimate that US greenhouse gas emissions fell by 2.1% last year based on preliminary energy and economic data. This decline was due almost entirely to a drop in coal consumption.
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