Leapfrogging to Sustainable Transport in Africa

06/2023 | Study
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Compiled through a dialogue with African and international experts and practitioners, this paper is meant to spark and perpetuate the discussion on the African transport transformation – not only for changemakers in African countries but also linked with the global climate and transport community. Through 12 insightful and thought-provoking perspectives, the paper tackles various areas such as enabling a just transition, electrifying vehicles based on renewables and shifting investments to sustainable infrastructure.

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