Activities at previous COPs

COP 18- Doha, Qatar

Bridging the Gap wrote a series of blog posts over the duration of the COP 18 climate talks in Doha. These are are available to download HERE .

Two Bridging the Gap events took place during the climate talks:

The 'Transport and Climate Change Expert Day' on 29th November. A report summarising the event is available to download HERE.

The official side event 'Bridging the Gap between Transport and Climate Change in Africa'. Presentations from this event are accessible below:
SLoCaT: Transport and the AWG-ADP: Time for a sectorial reset (Cornie Huizenga)
SSATP: Environmentally Sustainable Transport Forum for Africa (Ramon Cruz, World Bank)
TRANSferProject: Towards Transport NAMAs in Africa (Andre Eckermann, GIZ)
Sustainable Urban Transport Solutions for East African Cities 'SUSTRAN Project'

COP 17- Durban, South Africa

Bridging the Gap wrote a series of blog posts over the duration of the COP 17 climate talks in Durban. These are available to download HERE.

Two Bridging the Gap events took place during the climate talks:

The official side event 'Bridging the Gap between transport and climate policy: time to tackle the transport sector' on 1st December. A summary of the proceedings is available to download HERE.
The presentations from the event are accessible below:
''Linking the development of transport Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) with national climate change budgets'' by Holger Dalkmann (EMBARQ, WRI)
"Advancing Methods and Models to Monitor, Report, and Verify GHG Emission Reductions from Transport NAMAs" by Ramon Cruz (ITDP)
"Financing of Sustainable Low-Carbon Transport Projects - TRANSfer of climate-friendly transport technologies and measures" by Dr Harald Diaz-Bone (GIZ)
"Online resources for climate change mitigation and adaptation" by Yorgos Voukas (TRL)
"Developing transport-NAMAs in Indonesia" by Wendy Aritenang (Ministry of Transport, Indonesia)

The official side event 'Tackling climate change and transport: strategies and best practices from around the world' on 6th December. A summary of the proceedings is available to download HERE.
The presentations from the event are accessible below:
Side Event Agenda
Climate Policy and Transport: History and Challenges & the Development of Transport NAMAs (Ramon Cruz, ITDP)
Multilateral Development Banks and Sustainable Transport Financing
(Lloyd Wright, ADB)
Climate finance and the transport sector - IDB experience
(Walter Vergara, IDB)
Low Carbon Transport Strategies in South Africa (Jeremy Cronin, Deputy Minister of Transport)
Indonesia: Low-Carbon Transport Strategies
(Wendy Aritenang, Senior Advisor for Environment, Ministry of Transport, Republic of Indonesia)

Bridging the Gap partner GIZ also hosted a side event jointly with BMU entitled 'TRANSfer- Germany's Support for Developing Countries' NAMAs in the Transport Sector' on 2nd December. Presentations from the event are accessible below:
South-North-South cooperation towards the transfer of climate-friendly transport technologies and measures by Dr. Harald Diaz-Bone (GIZ)
South-North-South cooperation in the development of transport NAMAs: The TRANSfer project by Mr Wolfgang Sterk (Wuppertal Institute)
Options for South-South cooperation on transport NAMAs
by Mr Holger Dalkmann (EMBARQ)
Developing transport-NAMAs in Indonesia by Mr Wendy Aritenang (Ministry of Transport, Indonesia)
 

COP 16- Cancun, Mexico

Bridging the Gap wrote a daily blog whilst at the COP 16 climate talks in Cancun. These are available to download HERE.