The SLOCAT Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport, on behalf of the PPMC, has released a report on Transport at COP25: A make or break moment for an equitable 1.5°C planet.
As we have been doing since 2010, the SLOCAT Partnership proudly brought the voice of the sustainable, low carbon transport movement into the climate change process. We were also honoured to fulfill one more year our mandate as Focal Point for transport in the Marrakech Partnership on Global Climate Action (MPGCA).
At COP25, supported by the commitment to collaborating with and ensuring the engagement of so-called Non-Party actors of the Chilean Presidency and the remarkable leadership of High-Level Champion, Mr. Gonzalo Muñoz , the actions of the transport community pivoted around:
As COP25 edged into overtime and negotiations fell short, stakeholder voices grew louder in stressing the urgency of collective climate action. The report provides key lessons for the transport sector to take away from COP25 and underscore suggested focus areas towards COP26.
During COP25, the SLOCAT Partnership, on behalf of the PPMC, published bi-daily reports about sustainable transport at the climate change conference. The reports kept the readers up-to-date on transport-related action at COP25 in Madrid. These reports shone a light on the key developments and main insights of their relevance for the transport sector.