The Cities and Climate Change (CiClim) project provides technical advice and strategic support for sustainable urban and mobility development in Mexico.
The project supports the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) in delivering its Nationally Determined Contributions under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Since 2017, the Chilean government has been pursuing an electric mobility strategy with the ambitious goal of converting 40% of the passenger car fleet and 100% of buses to electric vehicles by 2050.
In order to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement, significant and rapid emission reductions are needed in all sectors of the global economy.
China is the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases. With about 1Gt of CO2, the Chinese transport sector accounts for about 10 percent of the country’s total CO2 emissions.
The NDC Transport Initiative for Asia is a regional initiative aiming at a holistic approach to decarbonize the transport sector in China, India, Vietnam, and further Asian countries.
Sustainable Urban Transport Programme (SUTRI NAMA) in Indonesia
Indonesian Bus Rapid Transit Corridor Development Project (INDOBUS)
The TRANSfer project’s objective is to increase the efforts of developing countries and emerging economies for climate-friendly transport with international support.
Supporting climate action plans in transport and strengthening MRV systems.
The EUROCLIMA+ programme promotes environmentally sustainable and climate-resilient development in 18 Latin American countries.
The Sustainable Urban Transport Project aims to assist developing world cities achieve their sustainable transport goals.
MiTransporte aims to strengthen the government of Costa Rica in the sustainable transition to climate-friendly transport and thus in achieving its NDCs.
The Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI) is the leading global implementation initiative on sustainable mobility formed through the union of 11 prestigious partners.