Launch: Practitioner Toolkits for Action on Low Carbon Transport

Technology is nothing. What’s important is that you have a faith in people, that they’re basically good and smart, and if you give them tools, they’ll do wonderful things with them.

In line with this wisdom from the late Apple-CEO Steve Jobs, we put together a series of toolkits for action on low carbon transport. We understand from our cooperation experience with transport policy stakeholders in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe, that the right knowhow is an important factor  in changing transport. The toolkits make practical knowhow by GIZ and other organisations accessible, digestible and thus actionable.

Which toolkits are available?

We have developed a set of five toolkits. The first three are online now, the NUMP and SUMP toolkits will be launched in the context of the En Route to COP26 event in a few weeks.

How do the toolkits work?

Each toolkit offers structured guidance from general info, to expertise on implementation, and lots of resources for capacity development. This 2 minute video tutorial explains how to navigate through them.

The toolkits are for you 

The toolkits were developed by practitioners for practitioners. No matter if you are a novice or an expert – the toolkits are suitable for you. They are meant to help anyone who deals with either planning or implementing projects in areas covered by the toolkits.

Now, dive in the toolkits and satisfy your hunger for low carbon transport knowhow.

Feel free to give us feedback and do not hesitate to contact us whether you have any questions or comments – or even further tools.

 


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Published by:
Friedel Sehlleier