A commonly-acceptable pathway to achieve zero transport emissions by around 2050.
- COP21 has created a political pathway with 5-year reviews for national decarbonisation commitments, starting in 2020.
- Transport, representing 23% of all energy-related emissions, now has an opportunity to play a leading role in climate change mitigation.
A quantitative and inclusive project
ITF is developing a suite of modelling tools to navigate this pathway.
- Data-driven computer modelling over all transport modes.
- Rigorous and coherent analysis of policies and outcomes, considering exogenous factors and their impacts.
- Simulation of technological evolution, alternative policy paths and outcomes.
- Collaboration and mutual learning among stakeholders.
- Inclusive dialogue and engagement with multiple partner organisations.
- Best-in-class modelling tools: the project will integrate and expand ITF's groundbreaking quantitative modelling work on a global and urban scale.
- Best platform for dialogue:
- Only intergovernmental organisation dealing with all transport modes.
- Wide geographic diversity and CO2 emissions profile among members.
- Established Corporate Partnership Board: 28 leading companies.
- Excellent relations with multilateral institutions.
- Active participation in defining transport's path to carbon neutrality.
- Feedback on how an organisation's plans and targets are contributing to decarbonising transport, in relation to other moving factors.
- The big picture: participate in discussions with other key stakeholders and experts on all decarbonisation issues.
- Priority access to modelling results and insights.
- Visibility for companies' CSR and climate change mitigation strategies.
The Decarbonising Project was officially launched at the ITF's 2016 Summit on "Green and Inclusive Transport" in the presence of 47 partners and supporting organisations, on 19 May 2016.
See Press Release