Strong interest from Thailand to develop and improve MRV system for the transport sector

Strong interest from Thailand to develop and improve MRV system for the transport sector

Bangkok 25th April 2016 – The Transport and Climate Change (TCC) project together with the Office of Transport the Traffic Policy and Planning (OTP) organised the workshop...
China’s first free-floating carsharing service

China’s first free-floating carsharing service

Originally published on sustainabletransport.org After the successful introduction of car2go in 32 cities around the world, the subsidiary of German car manufacturer Daimler AG...
New Guide on Data Collection for Emission Quantification in Chinese Cities

New Guide on Data Collection for Emission Quantification in Chinese Cities

In order to enable environmental authorities in Chinese cities to generate a regular emissions inventory of the transport sector, GIZ China published the guide “Monitoring...

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Webinar - From New York via Paris to Quito – Urban mobility on the global agendas

We cordially invite you to join the SUTP-Webinar on Tuesday, May 10.

Tackling transport challenges is crucial for sustainable urban development. Transforming urban transport systems towards being inclusive, safe, clean and low-carbon requires multiple and comprehensive action of a wide range of stakeholders. This has been recognized by the Paris Agreement and the NDC’s in which many countries dedicatedly focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions of urban transport.

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E-learning course on Sustainable Urban Mobility in Developing Countries

The rapid and often unplanned and uncoordinated growth of cities has seriously compromised existing transportation systems and significantly increased the challenge of creating new transportation systems, especially in developing countries. It is indeed in developing countries that the greatest growth in motor vehicles has been seen in the past few years and is expected in the future, primarily in urban areas.

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