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  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Comparative analysis of Vehicles Emissions control policies in south east asia

Driving Change in Southeast Asia: A Comparative Look at Vehicle Emissions Control Policies

As the world confronts the pressing issue of climate change, it's crucial to examine the diverse approaches to reducing vehicle emissions in Southeast Asian countries:


Thai government implemented the Euro 4 emissions standard for new vehicles in 2012.Source: Thailand's Department of Pollution Control


Singapore has a stringent Carbon Emissions-Based Vehicle Scheme (CEVS).Source: Land Transport Authority of Singapore


Malaysia introduced the National Automotive Policy (NAP) with an emphasis on eco-friendly vehicles.Source: Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), Malaysia


Vietnam is adopting Euro 4 emissions standards and encouraging the use of electric vehicles.Source: Vietnam Ministry of Transport


Indonesia has set its sights on implementing Euro 4 standards and promoting CNG vehicles.Source: Indonesia's Ministry of Environment and Forestry

These policies reflect the varying strategies in the region to mitigate emissions and promote a cleaner environment.

Collaborative efforts, knowledge exchange, and international partnerships will play a pivotal role in achieving sustainable mobility goals.Let's continue the conversation on how we can drive positive change together.

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