Pathways towards Decarbonization of the Transport Sector in Moldova
The project focuses on potential pathways for a full decarbonisation of the transport sector in Moldova. With a primary goal of identifying key areas for decarbonization, the project involves forecasting trends, creating climate neutrality scenarios, and proposing measures aligned with EU guidelines. The project is implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in collaboration with Moldova’s Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development and Ministry of Environment. This project is an individual measure and part of the overarching program “Capacity development for Climate Policy in the countries of Southeast, Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Central Asia, Phase III (CDCPIII)”.
Identify priority areas for decarbonization in Moldova's transport sector.
Forecast and assess trends over the next 25-30 years.
Integrate findings into national planning and actions.
Thematic Priorities and Activities
Inventory of the transport sector considering CO2 emissions: Comprehensive report on the current state of the transport sector, emphasizing CO2 emissions
Assessment of development trends for the next 25-30 years with a focus on transport: Report forecasting trends in Moldovan transport for the next 25-30 years, highlighting changes in CO2 emissions
Development of 3 scenarios to achieve climate neutrality in the transport sector: Documented report presenting three scenarios for achieving climate neutrality in Moldova's transport sector
Identification of potential measures for a decarbonization pathways: Comprehensive list and analysis of potential measures for decarbonization, aligned with EU-acquis guidelines
Impacts and Costs Assessment: Detailed report on expected impacts and costs of identified measures
Creation of a pathway for a climate-neutral transport sector in Moldova: An actionable pathway document outlining steps and strategies for achieving a climate-neutral transport sector in Moldova.
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