Philippine Urban Mobility Programme
Author(s): Kaenzig R, Mettke C, Mariano P
The Philippine Urban Mobility Programme has a vision towards ‘people-oriented cities empowered by efficient, dignified, and sustainable mobility.
Addressing Climate Change in Transport
Author(s): Bongardt D, Oh Jung E, Cordeiro M, Rogers John A, Nguyen K, Dang Ly T, Tuan Vu A
This analytical work shows how Vietnam can reduce its carbon emissions through a mix of diverse policies and investments, under varying levels of ambition and resources. In addition to a baseline of transport emissions until 2030, three possible mitigation scenarios have been developed.
Germany’s Grant Programme for Funding Electric Transit Buses
Author(s): Sehlleier F
This document summarizes the grant programme for funding electric transit buses by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature conservation and Nuclear Safetey (BMU) in English.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions From the Transport Sector
Author(s): Weber F, Notter B, Fussler J
This technical report compiles the methodolgy, assumptions and main results of an assessment of GHG emission reduction potentials in Kenya’s road transport sector.
Vietnam’s Low Carbon Bus NAMA
Author(s): Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
This document provides a summary of the propsed low carbon bus NAMA for Vietnam. The NAMA aims to contribute to the sustainable development of the transport sector by applying more efficient, low-carbon bus technologies, operational improvements and shifting from private to public transport.
GHG Mitigation Potential of a Green Tyre Programme for Road Freight in China
Author(s): Keller H, Dünnebeil F, Dongbo Y
This report provides an ex-ante assessment of fuel and GHG emission savings potential of low rolling resistance tyres in China’s commercial road freight sector resulting from China’s Green Tyre programme.
Availability of Data for Greenhouse Gas Emission Calculation in Kenya’s Transport Sector
Author(s): Ogot M, Nyangaya J, Muriuki R, Kwoba H
Kenya has set a target of reducing 3.46 Million tonnes of Carbon dioxide equivalent (MtCO2e) emissions in the transport sector by 2030. This will contribute to the overall national goal of reducing 30% of projected business-as-usual scenario emissions by 2030.
New Vehicle Fuel Economy and CO₂ Emission Standards Emissions Evaluation Guide
Author(s): Posada F, Yang Z, Blumberg K
This guide on the calculation of emissions reductions of new vehicle fuel economy and CO₂ emission standards was developed by the International Council for Clean Transportation (ICCT) together with Fuel Economy Standards Evaluation Tool (FESET).
Programme for Sustainable Urban Mobility South Africa
Author(s): Henkel A, Hüging H
This documents describes the full concept of the Tsamaya NAMA in South Africa, including its objectives, planned measures and expected impacts, the support required, as well as the monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) framework, and a financing concept.
Transport in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)
Author(s): Löhr E, Perera N, Hill N, Bongardt D, Eichhorst U
This synthesis report authored by GIZ and Ricardo Energy and Environment provides policy-makers and development practitioners with lessons learned for the development and implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in the transport sector for post-2020 climate actions.