Urban Transport and Climate Change. Module 5е. Sustainable Transport: A Sourcebook for policy-makers in developing cities

Content:
  • Climate change is one of the major global challenges and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transport are a key contributor to this. In a wider transport sector mitigation strategy, sustainable urban mobility provides a unique opportunity to address climate change while at the same time fostering sustainable development. These include improved air quality and road safety, reduced noise from traffic, increased energy efficiency and productivity and range of other social and economic benefits. This Sourcebook module is primarily focused on climate change mitigation options and provides advice on sustainable low-carbon transport policy instruments, focusing on the city level and relevant national framework policies.

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  • Published by: Deutsche Gesellschaft  für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Sector Project “Transport Policy Advisory Services“ on behalf of Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Division Water; Energy; Urban development.

    This module is part of a series of GIZ manuals for policy makers in developing countries.
    Autors: Holger Dalkmann and Charlotte Brannigan
    September 2014, 86 pages

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  • Findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in this document are based on information gathered by GIZ and its consultants, partners and contributors from reliable sources. GIZ does not, however, guarantee the accuracy of completeness of information in this document, and cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions or losses which emerge from its use.

  • Date of publication:
  • September 2014
  • Rights:
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft  für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

    Photo credits:
    Cover photo Andreas Rau

  • Contact Information:
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft  für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
    Division 44 Invironment and Infrastructure Sector Project «Transport Policy Advisory Services»
    65726 Eschborn, Germany
    https://www.giz.de
    transport@giz.de

  • Languages:
  • English, Ukrainian
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