The transport sector contributes to 27% of energy-related CO2 emissions and is the fastest growing sector in terms of greenhouse (GHG) emissions in developing countries.
Bridging the Gap is a multi-stakeholder initiative to link climate change and land transport more closely and gain better recognition of its potential in mitigating GHG emissions. This is further strengthened by supporting SLoCaT, the Sustainable Low Carbon Transport Partnership.
The IEA report, titled ‘Technology Roadmap: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells,' highlights that “hydrogen could potentially help address some of the key challenges facing emissions reduction in sectors such as transport.
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The SLoCaT Partnership has released a background paper titled, Alternative Financing Sources for Sustainable Transport: Public-Private Partnerships and Institutional Investors.
Two new SUTP webinars are now available on the topics of "Technical challenges of Urban Mobility Planning" and "Reinventing parking".
Features a summary of the UNFCCC SB42 official side event organised jointly by BtG and SLoCaT in Bonn as well as news on other transport events involving BtG partners. Includes the usuals: Climate Finance Corner; NAMA...
A new draft summary report has been published jointly by SLoCaT (Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport) and Bridging the Gap discussing the progress at the most recent Bonn Session (UNFCCC SB42/ ADP 2-9).The report subtitl...
ITDP invites sustainable transport advocates to nominate your (or any other) city for the 11th Annual Sustainable Transport Award. Nominations are now open and will be accepted online at staward.org until September 11, 2015.
The BtG-SLoCaT side event "Transport tackles Climate Change" took place on 4 June 2015 in Bonn at the SB42 meeting. Presentations and a summary note are available to download now.
ECN and Ecofys have recently launched the 2015 mid-year update of their Status Report on NAMAs (Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions) at the international climate conference SB42, in Bonn, Germany. The report states that transport makes up...