A survey by the European Federation for Transport and Environment shows the German company achieved an average reduction of 10.
What does EFTE stand for?
EFTE stands for European Federation for Transport and Environment (Belgium)
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- Extraction Force Transfer Coupling (aerial delivery operations)
- Egyptian Fund for Technical Cooperation
- Embedded Fault-Tolerant Computer System
- Existence for the Damned (comic series)
- Echoes from the Edge (Bryan Davis book trilogy)
- Effective Full Time Employee
- Efficacité Fiabilité Proximité (French: Proximity Efficiency Reliability)
- Enseignement du Français et des Techniques d'Expression (French: Teaching French and Techniques of Expression)
- Equivalent Full-Time Employee
- Ethylene Tetraflouroethylene (plastic)
- Extended Folding Text Editor
- Economics for the Environment Consultancy (est. 1992; UK)
- Environmental Friendly Technology
- European Fashion and Textile Export Council
- Energy-Filtering Transmission Electron Microscopy
- ECOTA (Economic Cooperation Organization Trade Agreement) Fair Trade Forum (Bangladesh)
- Educational Facilities Task Force
- Endophyte-Free Tall Fescue Seed
- European Frequency and Time Forum
- Eye Field Transcription Factor
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uk Brussels-based European Federation for Transport and Environment has recognised Bavarian Motor Works AG (BMW) (Xetra: BMW), a Germany-based automaker, with the highest reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from its passenger cars in a study.
That figure compared today's aircraft with the notoriously thirsty early jets of the 1960s, said the report from green campaigners European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E).
The European Federation for Transport and Environment, made up of seven lobbying groups, complained of a lack of comprehensive environmental measures.
The European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E) recently reported in the November issue of its "T&E Bulletin" that a new leaflet being distributed by the federation calls for the European Union (EU) to establish "a set of legally binding requirements" that would compel automakers to produce new vehicles capable of helping meet the EU goal of an average emission rate of 120 grams of carbon dioxide (CO2) per kilometer by 2012.