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.
In the lead up to COP21, SLoCaT together with Michelin Challenge Bibendum have developed Paris Process on Mobility and Climate Initiative in order to give greater visibility to sustainable transport in global policy making on climate change and there...
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The meeting organized by Cooperation for Urban Mobility in the Developing World (CODATU) focussed on “Energy, climate and air quality challenges: the role of urban transport policies in developing countries and emerging economies.”
Take a look at the new BtG flyer! It provides information on what the initiative is about, our
core messages and key events, as well as information about the BtG partners.
Over 3000 participants came together for the ICLEI World Congress 2015, where a number of announcements were made aimed at increasing local climate action.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's message highlighted that cities will be the drivers of g...
Bridging the Gap is planning to attend the SB42 meeting in Bonn. Follow our posts on www.transport2020.org to learn more about the transport-related side events, as well as the BtG/ SLoCaT joint side event in Bonn.
SLoCaT and BtG have released a short report on
the progress made at the recent meeting of the ADP in Geneva
The TEC is the policy component of the UNFCCC’s technology mechanism and addresses policies issues to
support countries to enhance climate technology development and transfer
Nations have concluded the Climate Change Talks held in Geneva by successfully preparing the negotiating text for the 2015 agreement. The agreement is set to be reached in Paris at the end of 2015, coming into effect in 2020.