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Introduction and overview /Dan Sperling and James S. Cannon Peaking of world oil production and its mitigation /Robert L. Hirsch, Roger Bezdek and Robert Wendling Toward a policy agenda for climate change : changing technologies and fuels and the changing value of energy /Duncan Eggar Coordinated policy measures for reducing the fuel use of the U.S. light duty vehicle fleet /Anup P. Bandivadekar and John B. Heywood Carbon burdens from new car sales in the United States /John DeCicco, Freda Fung and Feng An Reducing vehicle emissions through cap-and-trade schemes /John German North American feebate analysis model /Alexandre Dumas, David L. Greene and André Bourbeau Reducing growth in vehicle miles traveled : can we really pull it off? /Gary Toth International comparison of policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from namsenger vehicles /Feng An Reducing transport-related greenhouse gas emissions in developing countries : the role of the global environmental facility /Walter Hook What multilateral banks (and other donors) can do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions : a case study of Latin America and the Caribbean /Deborah Bleviss From public understanding to public policy : public views on energy, technology and climate science in the United States /David M. Reiner Narrative self-identity and societal goals : automotive fuel economy and global warming policy /Kenneth S. Kurani, Thomas S. Turrentine and Reid R. Heffner Lost in option space : risk partitioning to guide climate and energy policy /David L. Bodde Toward a transportation policy agenda for climate change /David Burwell and Daniel Sperling.