Climate actions

We aim to mitigate emissions through sustainable transport.

In the Paris Agreement all countries committed to climate targets – including emission reductions from transport. GIZ assists partners in translating these targets into sector plans and specific transport mitigation actions. Covering all modes in passenger and freight transport, we support partner countries through consulting and training.

Latest News

Webinar: Towards decarbonzing transport 2018 – A stocktake on sectoral ambition in the G20

The webinar presents main conclusions of the joint report “Towards Decarbonising Transport 2018 – A Stocktake...
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Creation of the Urban Transport Authority of Lima and Callao

With the aim of reordering and integrating the urban public transport system of Lima and Callao,...
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From global ambition to national action: Thailand launches NDC Action Plan for Transport

While the international community discusses national contributions to stop climate change (so called “NDC”) in Katowice...
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How the Philippines Are Modernising Their Bus Services

Public transport in the Philippines is dominated by informal, poorly maintained buses and jeepneys (which started...
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Best Practices for Urban Mobility Planning

Many cities face major challenges due to the negative impact of increasing motorization and fast urban...
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    Press Release: Transport and Climate Change Global Status Report

    On 8 December, the SLoCaT Partnership released the inaugural edition of the Transport and Climate Change...
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    New and Improved Data on Road Transport in Kenya

    Kenya is one of the first countries in the entire region of East and Central Africa...
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    Why Aspire to Buy More Cars?

    When I meet with friends to “catch up” or interact with colleagues the topic of using...
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    Strengthening Commitments and Synergising Actions Across Indonesian Ministries

    The NAMA Support Project SUTRI NAMA and its component INDOBUS held its first Steering Committee Meeting...
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    We Don’t Need a Revolution – We Need Collaboration!

    200 transport experts from 20 countries, highlighted the importance and need to change transport to limit global warming....
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