Pre-Event to COP15: Focus on Transport Sector
reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by the year 2050. The main focus of
the discussions is how to reduce CO2 emissions in the world’s transport
“At the symposium we will put forward international policy
recommendations to accomplish the reduction of the transport emissions in
order to move towards a positive future beyond
Chairman, Institution for Transport Policy Studies,
Keynote speakers at the symposium include Dr.
of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); Dr.
Professor at the Graduate School of Policy Science at
Transport Energy Specialist, Energy Technology Policy Division, International
Energy Agency, OECD.
The symposium speakers agree that reducing worldwide CO2 emissions from
the transport sector is crucial in order to significantly reduce global
greenhouse gas emissions. It is, however, especially difficult for developing
countries to take actions to reduce transport emissions, due to these
countries’ needs in pursuing sustainable social and economic development.
Even for developed countries, it is difficult to change the energy
consumption habits of the public.
global reduction targets of CO2 emission from the transport sector both in
developed and in developing countries will be discussed.
Agenda and registration: http://www.stl-symposium.org.
Change (IPCC) will participate at the symposium’s press conference to be held
The event is organised by the Institution for Transport Policy Studies
and supported by The Nippon Foundation.
Venue: “AEgget” conference room, Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, Hammerichsgade
More Information : Study of transport system in a low carbon society: http://itps.sakura.ne.jp/stlsite/STL-TOP.html Media contacts: Mr. Jonas Eklund STL Symposium email@example.com Tel: +46-(0)70-493-96-97
SOURCE The Institution for Transport Policy Studies