Transport is a fast growing sector. A steadily increasing motorization along with urbanization is a trend that can be observed in most developing countries. This and the oil dependence of the transport sector lead to considerable growth rates of carbon emissions. Actions to stop this trend are urgently needed.

The rapid growth in transport activity, based primarily on private motorised vehicles, generates social, environmental and economic costs. Transport already accounts for more than half of global liquid fossil fuel consumption and nearly a quarter of the world

The articles in this publication have been contributed by experts and scientists from across the climate research sector to inform and empower Parliamentarians to make interventions on climate change issues.

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