New Report Online: Cycling as a Mobility Option for ASEAN Megacities

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In Bangkok and Manila, cycling receives considerable attention from media and policymakers, and is popular as a healthy and fun recreational activity. Yet as a mobility option it still plays a minor, even if increasing, role. At university campuses, cycling is common, but few of the 100,000s of recreational cyclists are using their bikes for […]

The 3rd International Sustainable Energy Summit 2016 (ISES 2106), Malaysia: Democratising Electricity Supply

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Putrajaya,  5-6 April 2016 – The 3rd International Sustainable Energy Summit (ISES), being a biennial event, was first inaugurated in 2012 as a knowledge-sharing and networking platform in fulfillment of the Strategic Thrust 5 of the National Renewable Energy Action Plan for Malaysia. Co-organised by the Sustainable Energy Development Authority of Malaysia (SEDA) and Ministry of […]

Kick-Off Workshop for Fuel Efficiency Policy for the Road Transport Sector in Vietnam

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Hanoi, 29 March 2016 – The “Transport and Climate Change” project of GIZ (TCC), in cooperation with two departments of the Vietnamese Ministry of Transport (Vietnam Register and Department of Environment), organised a workshop to discuss with stakeholders on how to move forward the fuel efficiency policies in Vietnam. The participants were from governmental organisations; […]

Taking Forward the Momentum on Fuel Efficiency Policies in Thailand

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BANGKOK, 28 March 2016 – The Transport and Climate Change (TCC) project, in collaboration with the Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning (OTP), organised a kick-off workshop with the title, Moving forward fuel efficiency policy in Thailand. Taking place at OTP, the aim of the workshop was to support the improvement of fuel […]

Workshop Convenes Malaysian Transport Expertise

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Putrajaya, 25February, 2016 –  The Land and Logistic Division of Ministry of Transport organised a Data Collection/Stakeholder Workshop for Stocktaking Report Preparation at the Ministry of Transport in Putrajaya, Malaysia. The workshop was attended by 29 participants, with representatives from various ministries, government linked agencies and private sector in Malaysia. It was officiated by the […]

Update: TCC Members part of the Review Team of Experts at the APEC Follow-up Peer Review on Energy Efficiency (PREE – Phase 5)

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Bangkok, 3-7 August 2015 – The APEC Follow-up Peer Review on Energy Efficiency (PREE – Phase 5) “Realising Energy Efficiency Potentials in Thailand’s Transport Sector” took place in Bangkok with the participation of TCC Experts. In general, each Peer Review on Energy Efficiency focuses on the energy efficiency policies of a single volunteer APEC member economy. The […]

TCC Key Partner at 9th EST Forum in Nepal

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Kathmandu, 16-21 November 2015 – The link between transport and climate adaptation and resilience was on full display in Nepal, at the 9th Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) Forum co-organised by UNCRD, UNESCAP, and SLoCaT, with GIZ as a key partner. The event took place in Kathmandu, where the recent earthquake damage underscored the topic’s importance, […]

Low-carbon bus NAMA under development by GIZ Vietnam project

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The GIZ project “Creation of an Overarching Framework for NAMAs and MRV in Vietnam”, in collaboration with UNDP, is supporting the Vietnamese government in developing an urban transport NAMA. As highlighted by the representatives of the Ministries of Environment and Transport at the Low-carbon bus NAMA launching workshop on November 17, 2015, in Hanoi, this […]

Increasing the Role of Transport in the Sustainable Development Goals

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On October 26-28, 2015, TCC attended the 2nd UN meeting on indicators for the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2015-2030, meant to replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which have run their course for 2000-2015. GIZ’s Transport & Climate Change Project (TCC) attended on behalf of the broader Partnership on Sustainable Low-Carbon Transport (SLoCaT), […]