Linking NDCs and NAMAs in the Transport Sector

cop_22_sessionOn November 13th GIZ and CCAP hosted a session that took a good look at the challenges and needs for support in implementing ambitious transport mitigation actions that are also consistent with NDCs and sectoral action plans. Urda Eichhorst, Transport Advisor at GIZ, and Laurence Blandford, CCAPs Director of International Policy, moderated the event, titled “Towards implementing the Paris Agreement in the transport sector: Linking NDCs and NAMAs”. The session was part of SLoCaT’s Transport Day in Marrakech back to back to the 22nd United Nations Climate Conference (COP22).

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Knowledge product on NDC review

This short paper presents first propositions on how to increase the involvement and ambition of the transport sector in the further development of NDCs. It is based on early results of an ongoing cooperation between GIZ, SLoCaT and Ricardo Energy & Environment, which analyses the role of the transport sector in INDC development and future NDC implementation.

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Gestión del Estacionamiento en Vía

gestion_del_estacionamiento_en_viaAlguna vez ha tenido problemas debido al estacionamiento desregulado e ilegal? Le gustaría saber cómo superar dichas dificultades y aprender a diseñar y gestionar los estacionamientos en vía de forma efectiva?  Esta caja de herramientas le ayudará a diseñar calles más seguras y apoyará a generar un uso más eficiente de las mismas.

 

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Preview of the Transport Volume of the Compendium on Baselines and Monitoring.

A comprehensive guide through exisiting methodologies for GHG quantification of different types of transport mitigation actions.

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NEW: Transport NAMA Monitor 2016

transport-nama-monitor-2016The 2016 Transport NAMA Monitor presents the latest Trends and developments of Transport NAMAs around the world.

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COP22 – Transport Events with GIZ Involvement

transport-events-with-giz-involvementThe preparations for the twenty-second session of the Conference of the Parties (COP22) in Marrakesh are well underway and November 7th, the official starting day is getting closer. Information on transport events with GIZ involvement can be found here.

First steps towards an Urban Transport Authority for the Peruvian capital region of Lima and Callao

autoridad-de-transporte-urbano-para-lima-y-el-callaoTransport in the Peruvian capital region, comprised by the two cities of Lima and Callao, today is managed by no less than 10 entities. Little to no coordination  among regulators, operators, and transportation companies, among others, has resulted in a catastrophic urban transport situation where public transport is dominated by old, small and unsafe units, bus stops are nearly inexistent and the few modern public transport modes miss interconnection, unified ticketing and integrated cycling infrastructure.

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ADB Transport Forum ‘Sustainable Transport for All’ in Manila

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‘Sustainable Transport for All’ was the overall theme of the 5th ADB transport Forum, held 12-16 September in Manila. Discussions throughout the Forum highlighted that a new level of ambition towards sustainable transport is needed based on the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

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COP22 Low-Emissions Solutions Conference

The twenty-second session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 22) and the twelfth session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (CMP 12) will be held in Bab Ighli, Marrakech, Morocco from 7-18 November 2016.

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MobiliseYourCity website launched during the ITF Summit in Leipzig, Germany

MobiliseYourCityThe initiative MobiliseYourCity launched its’  Website during the International Transport Forum Summit in Leipzig, Germany (18-20 May 2016). During the 3 days of the Summit, the partners met and presented the initiative to the public and potential new Partners.

MobiliseYourCity supports cities and their national governments in developing and emerging countries to plan sustainable urban mobility in order to develop more inclusive, livable and economically efficient cities and reduce Greenhouse gas emissions. On the website, you will find information about the initiative, its objectives, the partners, documents related to mobility planning and latest news.

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