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  • posted on December 1, 2010
    The Partnership for Sustainable Low Carbon Transport and the Bridging the Gap Initiative today published recommendations to parties on the outcome of COP16 in Cancun. The aim is to describe needs to the parties of the UNFCCC from the perspective of achieving sustainable transport in developing countries. The paper will be distributed in the next days to delegates.
  • posted on December 1, 2010
    On behalf of SLoCaT and the BtG initiative Cornie Huizenga made a presentation to the DNA Forum (Designated National Authorities) which is a formal network of Annex 1 and non-Annex 1 countries on CDM) on transport and NAMAs in developing countries. While transport represents less than 1% of all emission reductions under CDM, over 50% of all NAMA proposals submitted since January of 2010 include a transport component.
  • posted on February 2, 2010
    The Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) submitted by non-Annex I country Parties to the UNFCCC by the 31st of January were published on 2nd February 2010. The Bridging the Gap Initiative is analysing these submissions from a transport perspective. After a first view 11 out of the 20 Parties that made submissions made direct reference to the transport sector (inlc. E.g.
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