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Master Thesis

Pays en développement : transports urbains de personnes et climat

Abstract : Currently, transport sector is responsible for approximately 19% of global energy consumption and 23% of CO2 emissions. It’s also one of the sectors of activities with the highest emissions growth. If the per capita greenhouse gases emissions from transport sector are mainly due to developed countries now, more than 80% of the next increase will come from the developing countries. Urban transports represent a mean to limit GHG emissions in developing countries. Whether it means reducing the mobility need, encouraging modal share in particular with public transports and non-motorized transports, or improving energy efficiency, there are several possible solutions. To finance such projects, developing countries need external financing such as the Clean development Mechanism (CDM) or the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs).
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Yoann Fidelis. Pays en développement : transports urbains de personnes et climat. Gestion et management. 2013. ⟨dumas-01317172⟩



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