Developing Policies and Strategies for Low Carbon Transport in India 24 August 2012, New Delhi, India

India´s National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) recognizes that GHG emissions from transport can be reduced by adopting a sustainable approach e.g. increased use of public transport, improved energy efficiency of transport vehicles, promoting a shift towards rail, etc


As part of the UNEP project on ‘Promoting Low Carbon Transport in India´, a detailed study of different options that can help in achieving national socio economic objectives, and also contribute to India´s efforts in achieving global climate change targets is being carried out using an Integrated Modeling framework.

Preliminary results from this study were presented during a two-day workshop to obtain stakeholders´ inputs, which will be used to improve the analysis and prepare an action plan for achieving sustainable low carbon transport in India. Main topics covered during the first day included low-carbon scenarios for: transport systems, sustainable vehicles, and sustainable mobility.

 

Presentations

24 August 2012
Inaugural Session

  • Inaugural Address
    Dr. Sudhir Krishna, Ministry of Urban Development, GoI

Session II: Low-Carbon Scenarios for Transport Systems

Session III: Low-Carbon Scenarios for Sustainable Vehicles

Session IV: Low-Carbon Scenarios for Sustainable Mobility


In Focus


Preparing a Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP) - A Toolkit (Revised)
September 2014

Key Project Interventions


  Milestones