Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

Light Vehicle CO2 Emissions Standards

2011 Discussion Paper

A discussion paper was released for public comment in September 2011 to examine how mandatory carbon dioxide emissions standards for new light vehicles could be implemented.

The paper did not set targets, but sought feedback from industry and the community to help shape the new standards by presenting possible approaches for consideration.

The discussion paper and submissions are listed below for information. Comments closed on 9 December 2011.

Submissions

  1. Argonne National Laboratory PDF: 263 KB ReadSpeaker
  2. Australasian Fleet Management Association PDF: 282 KB ReadSpeaker
  3. Australian Automobile Association PDF: 3620 KB ReadSpeaker
  4. Australian Conservation Foundation PDF: 564 KB ReadSpeaker
  5. Australian Institute of Petroleum PDF: 205 KB ReadSpeaker
  6. Australian Network of Environmental Defender's Offices PDF: 169 KB ReadSpeaker
  7. Better Place PDF: 511 KB ReadSpeaker
  8. Biofuels Association of Australia PDF: 358 KB ReadSpeaker
  9. Browne, Phil PDF: 9 KB ReadSpeaker
  10. Caltex Australia PDF: 134 KB ReadSpeaker
  11. Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand PDF: 244 KB ReadSpeaker
  12. Close, Andrew PDF: 87 KB ReadSpeaker
  13. Environment Victoria PDF: 171 KB ReadSpeaker
  14. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries PDF: 1269 KB ReadSpeaker
  15. Ferrari S.p.A. PDF: 83 KB ReadSpeaker
  16. Frischknecht, Ivor PDF: 131 KB ReadSpeaker
  17. Future Climate Australia PDF: 771 KB ReadSpeaker
  18. Godson, Warren PDF: 422 KB ReadSpeaker
  19. Green Building Council Australia PDF: 3755 KB ReadSpeaker
  20. Honda Australia PDF: 233 KB ReadSpeaker
  21. Iankov, Ivan PDF: 84 KB ReadSpeaker
  22. The International Council on Clean Transportation PDF: 1477 KB ReadSpeaker
  23. International Energy Agency PDF: 389 KB ReadSpeaker
  24. Laird, Professor Philip PDF: 272 KB ReadSpeaker
  25. LPG Australia PDF: 444 KB ReadSpeaker
  26. Mitsubishi Motors Australia PDF: 119 KB ReadSpeaker
  27. Mortimore, Anna PDF: 1090 KB ReadSpeaker
  28. National Transport Commission PDF: 1708 KB ReadSpeaker
  29. Robert Bosch (Australia) PDF: 674 KB ReadSpeaker
  30. Sucrogen Bioethanol PDF: 114 KB ReadSpeaker
  31. Sustainable Energy Association of Australia PDF: 315 KB ReadSpeaker
  32. Sustainable Transport Coalition of Western Australia PDF: 539 KB ReadSpeaker
  33. University of South Australia—Barbara Hardy Institute PDF: 173 KB ReadSpeaker
  34. Verdant Vision PDF: 175 KB ReadSpeaker
  35. Jaguar Land Rover Australia PDF: 137 KB ReadSpeaker
  36. Toyota Australia PDF: 16121 KB ReadSpeaker
  37. Ford Australia PDF: 130 KB ReadSpeaker
  38. GM Holden PDF: 278 KB ReadSpeaker