Found 8 Items for Tag "mrv"

TRANSfer News

Please find  below the latest version of  our TRANSfer News – with brief updates on our activities, upcoming events and recent publications. TRANSfer News informs about current projects, upcoming events as well as publications from our partner countries as well as associated and transport and climate countries. As we accompany projects and partners in various […]

Tags: (Individual) motorised transport, (Individual) non-motorised transport, Alternative fuels, Avoid, Co-benefits, Energy effiency, Financing, Fleet renovation, Freight, Freight, Funding, Improve, Infrastructure management, Mitigation effect, MRV, Non-motorised transport, Policy identification, Public Transport, Registration, Shift, Sustainable urban transport

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Toolbox

The toolbox provides hands-on assistance to practitioners who want to design a Transport NAMA. Each tool comes with a brief description that introduces its specific aim and purpose. Below you can find different tools for each step of the NAMA cycle as introduced in the Transport NAMA Handbook. Concept Notes 1. Designing Mitigation Actions 2. […]

Tags: (Individual) motorised transport, (Individual) non-motorised transport, Avoid, Co-benefits, Financing, Freight, Funding, Improve, MRV, Policy identification, Public Transport, Registration, Shift

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Mexico

Mexico – Road Freight Transportation Sector “ProNAMA: best practices, challenges and future prospects” From late 2011 to December 2015, the Mexican-German Programme for NAMAs (ProNAMA) designed a package of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the following sectors: a) energy efficiency in the new and existing buildings, b) energy efficiency in small and medium sized […]

Tags: Energy effiency, Financing, Fleet renovation, Freight, Funding, Improve, MRV

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Peru

TRANSPerú – Sustainable Urban Transport NAMA

Tags: Avoid, Improve, MRV, Public Transport, Shift, Sustainable urban transport, Transport demand management

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MRV

Sound measurement, reporting and verification is crucial in order to: track effectiveness and impact of a NAMA foster efficiency improvements within the implementation phase enable agreements between both parties through the quantification of objectives improve the monitoring of a country’s progress in GHG mitigation define what future targets are possible. Compared to other energy consuming sectors, however, estimating the […]

Tags: Avoid, Improve, MRV, Shift

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Steps towards a NAMA

“Transport differs from other problems developing societies face, because it gets worse rather than better with economic development” (Enrique Peñalosa) The pace of globalisation is increasing, with the worlds’ major economic regions becoming ever more closely interlinked. Developments in the transport of people and goods are at the heart of this trend. As a result, […]

Tags: Avoid, Co-benefits, Financing, Funding, Improve, MRV, Policy identification, Registration, Shift

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Introduction to Transport NAMAs

The tremendous growth of motorised transport is an increasing challenge for sustainable development worldwide. The transport sector already contributes the second highest share at 27% of energy-related CO2 emissions globally, and is the fastest growing sector in terms of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. If no countermeasures are taken, CO2 emissions from the transport sector are projected […]

Tags: (Individual) motorised transport, (Individual) non-motorised transport, Alternative fuels, Avoid, Co-benefits, Energy effiency, Financing, Fleet renovation, Freight, Freight, Funding, Improve, Infrastructure management, Mitigation effect, MRV, Non-motorised transport, Policy identification, Public Transport, Registration, Shift, Sustainable urban transport, Transport demand management

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