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Capacity Building Needs Assessment and Strategy To Promote Low Carbon Development In High Volume Transport For Selected Low-Income And Lower-Middle Income Priority Countries In Africa And South Asia


Publication Year: 2019

Author(s): Rogers J

Abstract:

The research documented in this report explores the current state of knowledge of, interest in, and capacity to implement low carbon, high volume transport (LC-HVT) among study participants in a cohort of countries in Africa and South Asia. This project report thus uses primary research to provide a review of the challenges and barriers, interest and knowledge gaps within the cohort relating to the implementation of particular low carbon transport measures, supported by a literature review and relevant case studies. A further outcome of the project is to provide recommendations to the Department for International Development of the United Kingdom (DFID) on future research directions for Part 2 of the Applied Research Programme into High Volume Transport. There are many studies that demonstrate the similarity of transport issues across low income countries with a similar climate. DIFD includes 32 priority countries in Africa and Asia, and has China, India and South Africa as development partners. The chosen cohort of nine countries includes two of these development partners and lessons that can be learnt from them, where applicable, are highlighted in this report.

Publisher/Organisation: SLOCAT Partnership

Rights: SLOCAT Partnership

URL:
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/5f8b0ee6e90e0727d2facbd7/HVT007_Capacity_Building_Strategy_Low__Carbon_FINAL.pdf

Theme: Sustainable transportation | Subtheme: Environment Impact

Tags: GHG emission, Low carbon transport, High volume transport, SLOCAT Partnership, LC-HVT

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