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Better Air Quality (BAQ) 2008
was held in Bangkok, Thailand
12-14 November 2008

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Transport and Climate Change: An Urgent Call for Action
10 December 2008, Poznan, Poland

This event is co-organized by the Clean Air Institute and the Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities, with support from the Carbon Fund Assist Program of the World Bank Institute and the Asian Development Bank, in coordination with ICLEI's Local Government Climate Sessions. Agenda and additional information coming soon!

Other key transport related side events have been organized along the COP14, as shown bellow. For more details Contact Holger Dalkmann <[email protected]>, Cornie Huizenga ([email protected]) and/or Sergio Sanchez ([email protected])


Transport & Climate Change Flyer - COP 14Transport & Climate Change Flyer - COP 14
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Other transport Events at the COP14 include:

Emerging capacity development needs and the way forward for CDM
Thursday 4th December 15:00 – 18:15
Blue Room
UNEP Risoe Centre

Rewarding co-benefits of climate friendly transportation strategies in the future regime
Friday 5th December 10:15 – 12:30
Blue Room
IGES, UNCRD

A low carbon transport under different regimes?
Friday 5th December 18:00 – 19:30
Room: White-tailed eagle
TRL, GTZ, UITP, UIC

Transport and Climate Change: An Urgent Call for Action
Wednesday 10th December: 10:00 – 18:15
Room: VIP-Lounge
CAI-LAC, World Bank, CAI-Asia, ICLEI

Clean energy, sustainable transport & natural resource management in support of climate change policy
Wednesday 10th December 13:00 – 15:00
Room: White-tailed eagle
EIB, AfDB, ADB

Local government climate roadmap – Bali – Poznan – Copenhagen
Wednesday 10th December 19:30 – 21:00
Room: Grebe

How to anchor preference for EcoMobility in a post-2012 global climate regime?
Thursday 11th December 11:30 – 13:00
Entrance Hall
Global Alliance for EcoMobility

50 by 50: 50% better new car fuel economy worldwide by 2050
Friday 12th December 18:00 – 19:30
Room: Grebe
ITF, IEA, UNEP & FIA Foundation

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  • Scenarios to reduce GHG from the transport sector by Adrian Fernandez

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  • Action Plan on Transport and Climate Change for non-Annex 1 countries - Road to Copenhagen by Cornie Huizenga

[.pdf, 2084.2Kb]

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  • Transport and CO2: Where we are headed and how to change it by Lew Fulton


[.pdf, 323.9Kb]

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  • How can we contribute to each other? A case: Japanese integrated approach by Noshihiko Tanaka

[.pdf, 857.5Kb]

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  • Strategy for Enhancing and Scaling-Up Financial Instruments for Sustainable Transport by Sergio Sanchez

    [.pdf, 11263.9Kb]

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  • Policy Instruments and Actions Needed by William Vincent

[.pdf, 3853.2Kb]

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