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Diagnosis and Policy Implications of Transport for Future Earth
15 November 2013 @ 1:00 pm
Transport sector is one of the most dominant emitters of CO2, similar to industrial and domestic sectors. Massive CO2 emissions from transport definitely a big cause of extreme whether. It is at the same time one of the biggest serious victims of CO2. We need therefore to diagnose the currently changing causes for transport to influence on climate changes such as economic and income growth, creating passenger travel demand and freight, emerging LCC airlines and the supporting infrastructure, and to prescribe the transport relevant policies and to discuss their implications for low carbon society.
This event demonstrates how to design long-term measures to develop low-carbon transport systems in developing, emerging and developed countries in a back-casting manner, for decoupling economic growth with CO2 emission increase.
Please see the leaflet for WCTRS Recommendations to COP 19.
13:00-13:10 Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Leader of Nagoya University BCES, Japan & President of WCTRS
Opening and Introduction
13:10-13:30 Yukari Takamura, Nagoya University, Japan
“Climate Change Politics and Future Earth Movement”
13:30-13:50 Werner Rothengatter and Patrick Jochem, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
“Competition between Air and Rail Transport”
13:50-14:10 Shinya Hanaoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
“Challenges and Visions of Low-Carbon Inter-Regional Transport Development”
14:10-14:30 Coffee Break
14:30-14:50 Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Nagoya University, Japan
“Signs of Leapfrog to Reverse Transport Visions for Future Earth”
14:50-15:10 Haixiao Pan, Tongji University, China
“Low-Carbon Transport Strategies and Policies in China”
15:10-15:30 Cornie Huizenga, SLoCaT
“Incentives to Implement Low-Carbon Transport Policies”
15:30-16:00 Discussion and Summary