Transport affects everyone, every day. The Transport sector is a major contributor to air pollution and climate emissions, impact set to increase with an expected tripling of the global car fleet. UNEP’s work is aimed at decoupling increased mobility from increased emissions. UNEP is a partner in several leading global transport programs in areas such as fuel economy, small particulate pollution and infrastructure development, implemented through public-private partnerships.

PCFVImproving urban air quality through cleaner fuels and vehicles

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GFEIPromoting vehicle fuel efficiency in developing and transitional countries

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SHARE THE ROADPromoting investment in walking and cycling infrastructure

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ASTF - Africa Sustainable TransportDeveloping Africa's first sustainable transport action plan

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Global Clean PortsReducing air pollution from ports in developing and transitional countries

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Electric MobilityElectric Mobility (Emob) - supporting a move to electric mobility in developing countries

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Botswana holds a national workshop on low sulphur fuels and fuel economy vehicles
22- 23 March 2016, Francistown, Botswana
Workshop to Promote Clean Fuels and More Energy Efficient Vehicles
18th-19th of February 2016, Peru
Zimbabwe holds a national workshop on reducing transport emissions
26 January 2016, Harare, Zimbabwe
FYR Macedonia continues strides on auto fuel economy policy
10 December 2015, Macedonia

Fuel economy policies development in Sri Lanka
2-4 December, Sri Lanka
The PCFV shares its leaded petrol elimination experience with the Lead Paint Alliance
2-3 December 2015
The case for cleaner buses to be presented to African Mayors during the Africities 7th Summit
29 November to 3 December 2015 Johannesburg, South Africa

Final Workshop at the Urban Mobility India Conference, 2015
26 November 2015, New Delhi, India
The AfDB Transport Forum 2015 discusses the role of transport for green and inclusive growth
26 -27 November 2015 in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire

Montenegro national launch of the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI)
20 November,Podgorica, Montenegro
Stakeholders propose cleaner heavy duty diesel vehicle standards in Kenya
28 October, 2015 Nairobi Kenya
 
Nigeria – Sub-regional Low Sulphur Workshop
April/May 2016
Botswana – Sub-regional Low Sulphur Workshop
June 2016
Kenya – National Workshop on Fuel Economy Feebate and Vehicle Labelling programme
May/June 2016
ACEAN Subregional Workshop on PCFV Clean Fuels Toolkit
February / March 2016
Chile: - A multi-stakeholder workshop on the air emissions inventory of the Port of Valparaiso
Ecuador: - First national workshop on cleaner and more efficient fuels and vehicles in Quito, Ecuador
Peru:- Meeting to present a vehicle labelling proposal and a tax policy to promote more efficient vehicles
Jamaica: - Meeting to present the results of the baseline inventory of the vehicle fleet
Paraguay:- Capacity building workshop in Asuncion, Paraguay with SEAM and CONADERNA
Regional:- Regional workshop will be held in Santiago, Chile
 

 

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