Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport

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  • posted on December 7, 2009
    Download Agenda as PDF here Venue: Scandic Hotel Vester Sogade 6 DK-1601 13th December 2pm-4:30pm
  • posted on December 7, 2009
    CCAP released a 2 page summary called “Transportation NAMAs: A Proposed Framework”. They are going to present this as part of their Event “Developing Country Implementation Strategies and Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs)” on Tuesday, Dec. 8, from 20:00 to 21:30 in Room 5, Bella Center.
  • posted on November 27, 2009
    Friday, Dec 11th, 17:30 – 20:30, ICLEI Climate Lounge Please join the IDB and GTZ for a discussion on how the new global climate agreement can assist developing countries strengthen urban transport adaptation and mitigation efforts.
  • posted on November 24, 2009
    Place: Local Government Climate Lounge at COP15 (Hall C6, Bella Center) in Copenhagen Time: Friday December 11, 2009 / 17:30 – 20:30 Contact: Daniel Bongardt, GTZ (daniel.bongardt[at]; +49 151 14073420)
  • posted on November 24, 2009
    Room Monnet at EU Pavilion- Bella Center, Copenhagen
  • posted on November 24, 2009
    Symposium: Towards a Low Carbon Transport System
  • posted on November 24, 2009
    For the occasion, a special train will run between Brussels and Copenhagen. Departure is planned for 5th December, 10.00. So be ready! The “Climate Express” will be supplemented by feeder connections from major European cities and by trains offered to the national delegation by the Railways.
  • posted on November 23, 2009
    Transport and climate policy experts from GTZ and Wuppertal Institute publish a new article on “Achieving Sustainable Mobility in Developing Countries: Suggestions for a Post-2012 Agreement”. This article links the need for reducing transport-related greenhouse gas emissions in develop countries with the current international climate negotiations
  • posted on November 21, 2009
    The travel team, composed of a UIC environment Senior Advisor, UNEP and WWF representatives, arrived yesterday in Kyoto. They are picking up the message signed at the Kyoto Seminar on 6 November by the railways and will bring it to Copenhagen via a symbolic train journey.
  • posted on November 11, 2009
    The post 2012 Climate Instruments in the transport sector (CITS) project implemented by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), in cooperation with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is a first step to help ensure that the transport sector can benefit from the revised/new climate change mitigation instruments under a post-2012 Climate Change Agreement. The CITS project is a contribution to the Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport. A draft report has been published for comments.
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