Emissions from passenger transport in many eastern European countries have increased dramatically over the last two decades. In some cases, such as Poland, they have almost doubled since 2000.
Under the EU law, member states have national, legally binding, emissions reduction targets for sectors including transport. The Transport Emissions Disaggregation Tool (TEDiT) aims to facilitate policy making by helping stakeholders to better understand the main drivers of emissions from this sector, and to identify policy gaps and overlaps.
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This approach allows for more effective and efficient transport policy that increases mobility options while decreasing emissions. The TEDiT can therefore be a useful tool in developing sustainable mobility plans and facilitating smart mobility management.
At this online event, as part of the Transport and Climate Change Week, representatives of the “EUKI Beyond Best Practices in Passenger Transport” project presented the tool and selected good practices from Poland, Lithuania, and Romania.
Dr. Andrzej Ancygier, Senior Energy and Climate Policy Analyst, Climate Analytics
Kristina Gaučė, Social Partner/Adviser on urban transport policy, Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania
Raul Cazan, President, 2Celsius
Piotr Chrzanowski, Analyst, WiseEuropa
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