Climate Action Toolkits

The toolkits for climate action in mobility help decision-makers and practitioners to design and implement comprehensive transport mitigation actions. They provide a structured collection of guidance, case studies and tools from GIZ and from other organisations on five action areas:

  • Truck Ecodriving
  • Transparency
  • Bus Fleet Renewal
  • National Urban Mobility Policies and Investment Programmes
  • Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans

Click below to get to each of the toolkits and watch this video to learn how they are operated.

Climate Finance Toolkit for Low-Carbon Transport

Policy makers and transport praciticioners are provided with information and guidance to find the right source of financing for low-carbon transport projects.

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Truck Ecodriving Toolkit

Freight transport is a major industry that is essential for economic development, yet also has a large CO2 footprint.

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Transparency Toolkit

Practitioners are provided with guidance for the development of comprehensive and consistent national systems for the MRV of transport-related emissions.

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National Urban Mobility Policies and Investment Programmes (NUMP) Toolkit

National Urban Mobility Policies and Investment Programmes (NUMPs) are an opportunity for national governments to effectively enabling cities to tackle urban mobility challenges while achieving national economic, environmental and social objectives.

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Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) Toolkit

A set of products intended to support national and local government officials, planning practitioners, and policy makers of transitional and developing countries to design and implement a process for developing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP).

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Bus Fleet Renewal Toolkit

In many countries, public vehicle fleets are characterized by a large number of old, poorly maintained and highly-polluting vehicles.

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