Visioning to Implementation: National Transport Decarbonization Policies That Match Climate Targets in China, India, and Vietnam

12/2023 | Report
Cover Report National transport decarbonization policies

Transport emissions have grown faster in Asia than anywhere else in the world in recent decades, at an annual rate of 3.9 percent (global average: 1.9%). Making progress in the transport sector in Asia is essential to achieve the Paris Agreement goals. The report concludes that climate ambitions in the transport sector in China, India and Vietnam are somewhat consistent with national targets, but coordination between policy areas and levels of government could be improved. Seven key strategies are recommended for policy makers to accelerate the decarbonization of transport in the next round of NDCs.

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