Globally and nationally, the trend in heat-trapping CO2 emissions from the transport sector has remained the most obstinate and rising. Motorisation, bigger cars, growing freight intensity and urban sprawl have kept the emissions curve bullish. All regions across the world are battling this trend. Only a very high level of ambition for zero emissions and transformational changes in the way we travel and commute can bend the emissions curve.
Solutions are emerging, but they have not yet been able to attain the scale and stringency that it takes to mitigateand to limit the rise in global temperature to 1.5oC. Yet, it becomes necessary to understand the emerging solutions, what’s working and what’s not, to inform and shape future policies.
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) invites you to participate in a webinar to discuss this issue with a select group of national and international experts.
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