Transport and Climate Change Week 2021

Cooperation and dialogue for global transport change

Only together can we achieve sustainable transport. This requires international cooperation and dialogue to find solutions to this worldwide challenge and to implement best practices.

The Transport and Climate Change Week is an established event format set up by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety in 2017 that has created a space to enable dialogue with and cooperation between partners from developing and emerging countries.

The format brings together experts and decision-makers from around the world to facilitate knowledge-sharing and networking through specialised training and workshops. The event not only increases skills and expertise, but also enables participants to forge close and meaningful relationships. This boosts confidence in the feasibility of changing transport and helps to promote a change in transport and mobility.

In recent years, over 500 participants, experts and educators have assembled in Berlin to learn together, exchange ideas with stakeholders, to network and develop solutions for the future and therefore advance decarbonisation.

TCCW 2020. Photo: Thomas Ecke


The conference will take place from 21 to 25 June 2021:

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TCCW brochure

Online and on site: TCCW 2021 as a hybrid event

The event will be scaling up in 2021, as the "hybrid event format" will make the discussions available to larger numbers of participants: from 21st to 25th June 2021 the conference will be opening the doors of its virtual conference room to enable dialogue in spite of the Covid-19 travel restrictions that have been imposed around the globe.

Participants can look forward to an engaging, interactive and diverse programme organised by Berlin. Participants can also take part in regional exchange formats and other programme content this year, whether in in Latin America, Eastern Europe, Africa or Asia.

IKI at the Transport and Climate Change Week

The International Climate Initiative (IKI) has been supporting the Transport and Climate Change Week since 2017 and, in addition to the official programme, also enables IKI implementing organsations to exchange ideas with each other on a wide range of sustainable mobility topics. This year, the IKI is also offering a virtual market stall for "IKI Q&A", through which political partners, but also implementing organisations, can contact the IKI with administrative questions on procedures, deadlines, formalities, etc. On Thursday, 24 June, a session will be offered once in the morning and once in the afternoon for one hour each, where interested parties can dial in and ask questions. The link to the virtual meeting room will be announced directly on the TCCW platform on time.


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