PPMC has developed bi-daily reports and a final report about sustainable transport at COP24. The reports kept the readers up-to-date on transport-related action at COP24 in Katowice. These reports aim to shine a light on the key developments and main insights of their relevance for the transport sector.
COP24 FINAL SUMMARY REPORT
A final summary report of sustainable transport at COP24 was published and highlights major outcomes. You can download it here:
COP24 Final Summary Report: Katowice comes through in the clutch, with low-carbon transport essential for ambition and implementation
Bi-Daily reports were published between December 2nd and 14th:
- Volume 1 – Raising Ambition in Katowice
- Volume 2 – From Ambition to Action
- Volume 3 – Sustainable Transport Events
- Volume 4 – Sustainable Transport and the Paris Rulebook
FINAL REPORT OF COP23
You can find here the final summary report of PPMC’s previous report from COP23:
COP23 Final Report from a Transport PerspectiveThe 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was convened in Bonn, Germany in November 2017 to build upon the pledge of action established at COP22 Marrakech, and to emphasize the need for clear action and rapid progress toward a 1.5-degree Celsius scenario (1.5DS), the aspirational goal of the Paris Agreement on climate change. This final summary report is a culmination of a series of daily reports on COP23 by the Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) under the Paris Process on Mobility and Climate (PPMC) to highlight implications for sustainable transport in the UNFCCC process and to emphasize opportunities for greater engagement in this process for non-Party actors, including the global transport sector.