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Africa Clean Mobility Week - Day 4-5
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport

The Africa Clean Mobility Week will bring together and provide a platform for participants to discuss cleaner mobility and its impacts on health, environment and economic growth in Africa. The Week will build on the outcomes of the 2014 Africa Sustainable Transport Forum that saw African ministers and experts agree to 13 action points to promote sustainable transport.


Download: Africa Used Vehicle Report, Ariadne Baskin, UN Environment, Brief on the PCFV Used Vehicle Working Group, Henry Kamau, Sustainable Transport Africa, Fuel Quality and Emission Standard Developments in Africa, Anas Abdoun, Stratas Advisors, Fuel and Vehicle Standards_ Vehicle Inspection, compliance and enforcement - case of Rwanda, Remy Norbert Duhuze, Rwanda Environment Management Authority, Introducing Cleaner Fuels, Kevin Baart, South Africa Petroleum Industry Association, Policy and Regulatory framework, Jim Dando, Nissan Group of Africa, Production of Cleaner Vehicles, Zachariah Karenge, Isuzu East Africa, Progress to cleaner fuels and vehicles in Africa, Jane Akumu, UN Environment, Promoting Cleaner Used Vehicles in Africa, Rob de Jong, UN Environment, Strategies for Importing Countries, Ronald Amanyire, Ministry of Works and Transport, Uganda, The role of lubricants , Siva Konar, The Lubrizol Corporation, Used Vehicle Management in ECOWAS, Bernard Koffi, ECOWAS Comission, Vehicle and Fuel Environmental Management in China-Ma Dong,Vehicle Emissions Control Centre, Ministry of Environmental Protection China
2020
Africa Clean Mobility Week - Conference Report
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport

The Africa Clean Mobility Week was held at the UN Environment Headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya on 12-16
March 2018. The week brought together stakeholders from within and outside the region to address challenges
and map out a cleaner mobility pathway for the continent. The broad objective of the Africa Clean Mobility Week
was to provide a platform for countries to share their experiences and learn from other regions opportunities
that exist to shift to cleaner and more equitable mobility.


Download: Africa Clean Mobility Week Conference Report
2018
Africa Clean Mobility Week Recommendations
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport

Africa Clean Mobility Week Recommendations


Download: Africa Clean Mobility Week Recommendations
2018
AFRICA CLEAN MOBILITY WEEK - DAY 5
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport

The Africa Clean Mobility Week will bring together and provide a platform for participants to discuss cleaner mobility and its impacts on health, environment and economic growth in Africa. The Week will build on the outcomes of the 2014 Africa Sustainable Transport Forum that saw African ministers and experts agree to 13 action points to promote sustainable transport.


Download: Are we ready for Bike Share, Carly Koinange, UN Environment, Designing streets for people, Chris Kost, Institute for Transpotation and Development Policy, Financing Mechanisms and Partnership, Catherine Collin, European Investment Bank, Popsicle Test, Sean Cooke, University of Capetown, Promoting Sutainable Urban Mobility, Urda Eichhorst, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, South -South Cooperation between China and Africa in Clean Mobility, Ma Dong, Vehicle Emission Control Centre, Ministry of Environmental protection China
2018
AFRICA CLEAN MOBILITY WEEK - DAY 3
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport

The Africa Clean Mobility Week will bring together and provide a platform for participants to discuss cleaner mobility and its impacts on health, environment and economic growth in Africa. The Week will build on the outcomes of the 2014 Africa Sustainable Transport Forum that saw African ministers and experts agree to 13 action points to promote sustainable transport.


Download: A New Mobility Strategy for Africa, Rob de Jong, UN Environment, Electric Mobility in Africa – Opportunities and Challenges, Alexander Koerner, UN Environment, Electric Mobility in Africa - Promoting an enabling environment for electric mobility, Hiten Parmar, uYilo eMobility Programme, Electric Mobility in Africa - Promoting an enabling environment for electric mobility, Hiten Parmar, uYilo eMobility Programme, Electric Mobility in Africa, Omar Lemsioui, Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection, Electric Vehicles Initiative activities, Pierpaolo Cazzola, International Energy Agency, Energy Transformation In the Transport Sector, Francis Romano, Knights Energy, Integrating Electric 2&3 Wheelers into Existing Urban Transport Modes in Africa, David Rubia, UN Environment, Light Electric Vehicles_Asian and North American experiences, Chris Cherry, University of Tennessee, Opportunities of leapfrogging to electric 2 and 3 wheelers, Joshua Whale, Ampersand, Opportunities of leapfrogging to electric mobility, Jeroen Bleker, SPIKE mobility, Transforming Transportation_Clean and Efficient Technologies for Buses, Francisco Posada, International Council for Clean Transportation
2018
AFRICA CLEAN MOBILITY WEEK - DAY 2
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport

The Africa Clean Mobility Week will bring together and provide a platform for participants to discuss cleaner mobility and its impacts on health, environment and economic growth in Africa. The Week will build on the outcomes of the 2014 Africa Sustainable Transport Forum that saw African ministers and experts agree to 13 action points to promote sustainable transport.


Download: Fuel Economy Policy Impact Tool- Case Study 1 -Kenya, Prof. James Nyangaya, University of Nairobi, Fuel Economy Policy Impact Tool- Case Study 2 -Uganda, Dr. John Mutenyo, Makerere University, Gef 7 Climate Mitigation program, Geordie Colville, UN Environment, Green Climate Fund Cordinatiion, Hemini Vrontamitis- Ermira Fida, UN Environment, Practical Examples of Fuel Economy Policies in other Regions Fiscal , Bert Fabian, UN Environment, Developing Vehicle Fuel Economy Standards For South African Passenger Vehicles, Bopang Khutsoane, Department of Transport South Africa
2018
Africa Clean Mobility Week - Day 1
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport, United Nations Environment Programme, Transport Unit, Transport

The Africa Clean Mobility Week will bring together and provide a platform for participants to discuss cleaner mobility and its impacts on health, environment and economic growth in Africa. The Week will build on the outcomes of the 2014 Africa Sustainable Transport Forum that saw African ministers and experts agree to 13 action points to promote sustainable transport.


Download: Current Global Fuel Economy Levels and Projections, Pierpaolo Cazolla, IEA, Development of Fuel Economy Policies - The case of Mauritius, Deepnarain Prithipaul, Mauritius, Development of Fuel Economy Policies, Kasahun H.Mariam, Ethiopia Transport Authority.pptx updated, Experience of African Countries in Developing Fuel Economy Baselines and Trends- West Africa, Dacosta Adjei, EPA Ghana, Fuel Economy Policy Impact Tool FEPIT, Alex Koernor, UN Environment, Malawi's Fuel Economy Baseline and Trends Presentation, Chimwemwe Kaunda, Ministry of Natural Resources , Energy and Mining, Fuel Economy Policy Options and Target setting, Francisco Posada, International Council on Clean Transportation, Auto Fuel Economy Policy: An Opportunity to Choose An Opportunity to Choose An Opportunity to Choose Clean Mobility , Elisa Dumitrescu, UN Environment, Experience of African Countries in Developing Experience of African Countries in Developing Baselines and Trends:EGYPT' Eng. Ahmed El -Dorghamy, Center for Environment and Development for the Arab Region Europe (CEDARE), DETERMINATION OF FUEL ECONOMY BASELINE IN GHANA, FINDINGS AND TRENDS BASELINE IN GHANA, FINDINGS AND TRENDS DA -COSTA ADJEI, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, GHANA
2018
Second meeting of the Conference of Parties to the Bamako Convention Abidjan Draft Report
United Nations Environment Programme, UN Environment

Second meeting of the Conference of Parties to the Bamako Convention Abidjan Draft Report


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2018
Africa Office Newsletter January-February 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

Africa Office Newsletter January-February 2018


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2018
Structure of COP2 Bamako 9 January 2018
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme

Structure of COP2 Bamako


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2018