This study provides an ex-ante assessment of fuel and GHG emission savings potential of low rolling resistance tyres in China’s commercial road freight sector resulting from China’s Green Tyre programme.

Large scale integration of Renewable Energy (RE) into a power system poses multiple technical and commercial challenges to the stake holders of the system. It is critical to address these challenges for large scale integration of RE into the power system.

This report aims to provide an up to date picture of the transport sector and transport-related greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation policies in Vietnam, in order to provide policy-makers, researchers, international donors and other stakeholders a reference document for sustainable transport and climate change.

This joint publication “Unpacking Metropolitan Governance for Sustainable Development” is the product of a close cooperation between GIZ and UN-Habitat. Against the background of rapid urbanization, new forms of power relations between the different levels of government emerge and stronger coordination and cooperation is required.

Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) have experienced dramatic economic growth in the past decade, with six of the ten fastest growing economies in the world found in SSA between 2000 and 2010.

The publication investigates Fazilka Ecocabs, the world’s first dial-a-rickshaw scheme.

This guide is intended for policy makers interested in congestion charging as a potential policy to mitigate congestion in cities. The term ‘congestion charging’ is used to describe a distance, area or cordon based road-user charging policy around congested city centres as it has been introduced in Singapore, London or Stockholm.

The main objective of this study was to review existing private climate finance flows in India with the primary focus to analyse current barriers and the potential for the private sector to scale up investment.

Non-motorized transport in the form of walking, cycling and cycle rickshaws plays an important role in Indian cities. It is the primary mode of transport for the urban poor, and at the same time a climate and environmentally friendly form of transport.

The urban population in the MENA region is forecasted to grow significantly over the next decades. Cities in the region face major mobility challenges, as transport systems are sometimes inadequate, as investment is directed toward private cars. For cities to remain attractive to inhabitants, mobility obstacles need to be overcome.