Transport and Climate Change Global Status Report 2018
Author(s): SLOCAT Partnership
The Transport and Climate Change 2018 Global Status Report (TCC-GSR) describes trends in transport emissions and illustrates policies as well as policy targets across all transport sub-sectors. It sets a baseline that helps to capture the progress of transport in regard to climate action.
Low-carbon Transport for Development
Author(s): SLOCAT Partnership
The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) and the Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) released a new report on low carbon transport in IsDB member countries.
Enabling Quality Transit, Impacting Lives
Author(s): World Resources Institute (WRI)
More than ever before, cities and their surroundings are centers of opportunity and innovation. As humanity urbanizes in record numbers, challenges of enhancing access, mitigating congestion, elevating safety, and improving air quality become essential needs to provide access to opportunities.
Barriers to Adopting Electric Buses
Author(s): Ryan S, Gorguinpour C, Castellanos S, Li X
Electric buses (e-buses) can help cities address air quality issues and reduce greenhouse gas emissions (along with a clean grid).
How to Enable Electric Bus Adoption in Cities Worldwide
Author(s): Xiangyi L, Gorguinpour C, Sclar R, Castellanos S
Large-scale electrification is a necessary step down this road, and bus fleets are an opportunity to make an outsized impact on air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions in dense urban environments.
Transport for Under Two Degrees – The Way Forward
Author(s): Hochfeld C, Pützschler M, Wanko M, Jung A, Enskat M, Hörtner C, Mettke C, Uhl J, Major M , Sohm S, Wolff C, Loane M
By adopting the 2030 Climate Action Plan including a CO2 pricing scheme for the transport sector, the Federal Government has paved the way for meeting its climate targets for 2030. Germany has taken on a pioneering role in the global energy transition – which represents the efforts made and results achieved on renewable energy expansion and energy efficiency.
Technology Neutrality for Sustainable Transport
Author(s): Agora Verkehrswende
The climate bill that Germany passed in December 2019 sets yearly limits to the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that each of its economic sectors may release over the next decade. The limit for the transport sector in 2030 is 95 million tonnes of CO2 equivalents.
Transforming Transport to Ensure Tomorrow’s Mobility
Author(s): Hochfeld C, Jung A, Klein-Hitpaß A, Maier U, Meyer K, Vorholz F
The 12 insights contained in this report outline the steps Germany will need to take to accomplish this transformation.
Renewables 2020 Global Status Report
Author(s): André T
Like every year, the Renewables Global Status Report (GSR) has been launched to present the latest data and facts on renewable energy policies, markets and investments. This year its quite different from previous year
Moving Forward Together
Author(s): NITI Aayog, Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), Observer Research Foundation
India is at an inflection point in the development of its mobility system. Indian cities are currently witnessing increasing ownership of private vehicles and decreasing use of public and non-motorized transport.