[COP23] From Ambition to Action – Decarbonising Transport in Germany and Abroad
November 10th, 9:00-16:00
GIZ is organising the one-day event, From Ambition to Action: Decarbonising Transport, to engage with the international community over the question of how to develop zero-emission transport systems to achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement.
The event will bring together German and international stakeholders in the context of sustainable transport to engage on pathways for decarbonising the transport sector. It will discuss feasible pathways for emerging economies and developing countries and Germany’s ambitions in decarbonising transport. Aiming at mutual learning, it will elaborate with international stakeholders how to implement more ambitious climate actions in the transport sector, including climate-resilient transport infrastructure. Last but not least, the event will debate with international donors how to unlock more investments into climate-friendly transport solutions.
Confirmed speakers so far:
- Norbert Salomon, Deputy Director General, Emission Control, Safety of Installations and Transport, German Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMU)
- Umiyatun Hayati Triastuti, Director General, Research and Development Agency, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia
- Jiwoo Choi, Deputy Director of the Private Sector Facility, Green Climate Fund (GCF)
- Franz Drees-Gross, Director, Transport and ICT, Global Practice, World Bank
- Christian Hochfeld, Director, Agora Verkehrswende
- Björn Hannappel, Head of Responsibility, Strategy and Standards, Deutsche Post DHL Group
- Vera Scholz, Director of Climate Change, Environment and Infrastructure Division, GIZ
- Dr. Harry Lehmann, Head of Division for Environmental Planning and Sustainability Strategies, German Environment Agency (UBA)
- Andre Higham, Chief Executive, Mission2020
- Daniel Bongardt, Project Director, Advancing Transport Climate Strategies, GIZ
- Mark Major, Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport
- Representatives of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation Development (BMZ)
A networking lunch complements the event and provides a platform to exchange with transport initiatives of non-state actors (facilitated the Partnership for Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT))
The event targets the international transport and climate change community and combines multiple sector perspectives, panel discussions and networking opportunities for an engaging, mutual-learning day.
For a detailed programme and tentative agenda, click here.
To register, click here.