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DecarboN8 Launch

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Full set of slides from the DecarboN8 Launch held in Leeds on 25/11/2019

You can view a video of the livestream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0srMT9S7vGg

The Liftshare video from slide presentation is available here: https://youtu.be/LeaYOIexaFE

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DecarboN8 Launch

  1. 1. Welcome to the Launch of the DecarboN8 Network Programme in Brief 10:30-10:40 Welcome & Opening Address 10:40-11:30 Carbon Ambition for the North 11:30-12:30 Place-based Decarbonisation 12:30-13:15 Lunch 13:15-14:15 Workshops Round 1: Place Based Decarbonisation 14:30-15:30 Workshops Round 2: Building the Network 15:40-16:15 Closing Plenary
  2. 2. Welcome to the Launch of the DecarboN8 Network Programme in Brief 10:30-10:40 Welcome & Opening Address 10:40-11:30 Carbon Ambition for the North 11:30-12:30 Place-based Decarbonisation 12:30-13:15 Lunch 13:15-14:15 Workshops Round 1: Place Based Decarbonisation 14:30-15:30 Workshops Round 2: Building the Network 15:40-16:15 Closing Plenary
  3. 3. Councillor Lisa Mulherin Executive Board Member for Climate Change, Transport and Sustainable Development Leeds City Council Welcome and Opening Address
  4. 4. Welcome to the Launch of the DecarboN8 Network Programme in Brief 10:30-10:40 Welcome & Opening Address 10:40-11:30 Carbon Ambition for the North 11:30-12:30 Place-based Decarbonisation 12:30-13:15 Lunch 13:15-14:15 Workshops Round 1: Place Based Decarbonisation 14:30-15:30 Workshops Round 2: Building the Network 15:40-16:15 Closing Plenary
  5. 5. Professor Greg Marsden DecarboN8 Lead and Professor of Transport Governance Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds The DecarboN8 Ambition
  6. 6. What is DecarboN8 aiming to do? • Act as a focal point for the policy actors facing the climate emergency • Create a shared data platform with Transport for the North • Stimulate ambitious trials and demonstrations across the North and build leading technological, behavioural and social learning in from the start • Build new interdisciplinary research teams to work on projects • Support the next generation of researchers • Be an honest broker for challenges, progress and impacts
  7. 7. Place Based Decarbonisation
  8. 8. Place Based Decarbonisation Malcolm Morgan – CREDS project
  9. 9. Place Based Decarbonisation Transport for the North John Spink
  10. 10. Example 1: How to accelerate Zero Emission Vehicle Uptake? • What are the operating use cases for the North? • Why are there different levels of uptake? • How much does this relate to charge point provision? • Where can chargers be put given grid restrictions? • Who should pay for the upgrades and how? • How do we deliver this fairly in different places? • How quickly could or should this be pushed?
  11. 11. Example 2: Rethinking Behaviour Change • Lancashire • 30% of employees work in local government, health and education • 8% in tourism • HQ of Booths • Manchester • 1.5m theatre goers • 100,000 students • 100,000+ involved in Scouting every week in North • ~1m people play team sports across North • >40m visitors to National Parks
  12. 12. Example 3: What are the whole lifecycle impacts of different investment and policy plans? • How much could different demand futures impact on infrastructure need and type? • 46000 miles of minor roads – 28% of English total in the North • £1.4bn spend on local roads in North/annum • £60bn to £100bn rail spend to 2050 in Transport for North Strategic Plan Source: Department for Transport Automation and Sharing
  13. 13. Who we are and how we are organised Prof. Kevin Anderson University of Manchester Dr. Sara Walker University of Newcastle Dr. Danielle Densley-Tingley University of Sheffield Prof. Monika Büscher Lancaster University Prof. Greg Marsden (University of Leeds) – Network Director Prof. Karl Whittle (University of Liverpool) – Research Programme Dr Samarthia Thanakappan (University of York) – Equality & Inclusion Dr Hongjian Sun (Durham University) – International Event Delia Dimittiu (Connected Places Catapult - Innovation Lead Shona McCulloch (University of Leeds) – Network Coordinator Tina Shield (University of Leeds) – Network Administrator Research Fellow* - T.b.c Carbon Pathways Powering Future Transport Digitisation Demand & Infrastructure Societal Acceptance and Readiness
  14. 14. What sorts of things will we do/support? • £400k of research projects • 1st call December 2019 (£100k) and 2 further calls • Open to all UK academic institutions • Sandpits, bid building and challenge/theme based workshops • Stakeholder Reference Group • Policy cafés and policy briefings • Innovation workshops • You tell us…
  15. 15. Forthcoming events and actions • Research Fellow – closing date 26th November!!!!! • Funding Call Launch – 10th December • Decarbonising Transport: Connecting Carbon Targets to Action – Tuesday 7th January • Stakeholder Reference Group – 28th January • ECR Representative
  16. 16. What will success look like? • Politicians, communities and businesses will understand the carbon challenge • The North will be the natural place to come and try decarbonisation innovation • We will have significantly increased funding from DfT, Innovate and UKRI on decarbonising transport • It will be easier to assemble teams to tackle problems and all sides will have more confidence in that process • We will not be reinventing the wheel on data • We will be able to point to new interventions and acceleration by 2022 • There will be momentum and a bold future programme of RD&I
  17. 17. Thank you! Email: decarbon8@leeds.ac.uk Twitter: @N8Decarbo Web: Decarbon8.org.uk
  18. 18. Lucy Jacques Senior Evidence and Analysis Officer Transport for the North Low-Carbon Pathways for the North
  19. 19. Low Carbon Pathways for the North @transport4north Lucy Jacques - Senior Evidence & Analysis Officer, TfN Decarbon8 Launch – 25.11.19
  20. 20. TfN Context • In April 2018, Transport for the North became England’s first ever Sub-national Transport Body. • Complex area with different geographic, social, economic and environmental needs.
  21. 21. Strategic Transport Plan (STP) • Draft plan published January 2018 • Extensive consultation process with partners and public • Our final Statutory Transport Plan Published in February 2019
  22. 22. Pan-Northern transport objectives Promoting and enhancing the built, historic, and natural environment Transforming economic performance Increasing efficiency, reliability, integration, and resilience in the transport system Improving inclusivity, health, and access to opportunities for all
  23. 23. THE CHALLENGE
  24. 24. Political Context • 2018 Paris Climate Agreement collectively committed to limit global average temperature rise to well below 2°C with an ambition to limit the rise to below 1.5°C. • In response the UK government have legislated a NetZero greenhouse gas emissions target for 2050. • Climate emergencies declared across TfN partners with timelines before 2050. • DfT announced to work and consult on UK Transport Decarbonisation Plan, to complete in 2020. • TfN committed in our STP to lead the scoping and development of a ‘Pathway to 2050’. • TfN Northern Transport Charter development has seen; • recent public commitment to produce a trajectory which enables delivery of an absolute zero carbon transport network before 2050. • Previous (STP) commitment aligned with then UK law - 80% reduction by 2050.
  25. 25. How do we travel – an inconvenient truth?
  26. 26. Future travel – an inconvenient truth? Total demand is forecast to increase by up to 54%, with around 193 billion vehicle kms by 2050. Total demand is expected to be up to four times higher than today, with around 760 million trips by 2050.
  27. 27. DECARBONISATION PATHWAY FOR THE NORTH
  28. 28. TfN Work to date • Commissioned external expertise, Temple Group, to support our work in this area • Undertaken policy and technical ‘stocktakes’, including reviews of current innovative work on carbon budgets • Produced of a series of briefing notes that cover four distinct key decarbonisation ‘evidence stages’ 1. the development of a greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory, 2. a baseline scenario projection, 3. a policy scenario projection, 4. and implementation of a target pathway. • Further development of TfN’s Analytical framework and future transport demand scenarios • Committed to producing trajectory to deliver absolute zero for transport emissions within TfN’s area before 2050 but we need to work through to get to a more well defined target in the coming months.
  29. 29. Development of the pathway I. Emissions inventory II. Baseline projection III. Target pathway IV. Policy analysis V. Policy gap Work led by Dr Ross Hunter, Temple Group
  30. 30. Next Steps • Align TfN future scenarios with decarbonisation analysis • TfN to model series of trajectories of the pathway to 2050 based on outcomes from future scenarios • Once pathways identified work required to determine functional policy framework for delivery – complex due to PESTLE factors and lack of central government policy • Requirement outside work TfN is doing for clear approach to quantifying the GHG emission reduction effects of decarbonisation policies, to make sure actors responsible for implementation of policies (e.g. TfN, UK Government Departments) can be clearly identified • TfN planning to publish a Decarbonisation Strategy alongside our revised Investment programme in the next financial year to summarise our work, trajectory's, emerging thinking and next steps
  31. 31. How can Decarbon8 support… • Identifying the decarbonisation pathway? • Our understanding of emerging technological solutions and likely roll out to support delivery? • Data mining to better understand current picture in the North • Our understanding into the drivers for systematic behavioural change? • Outlining an appropriate policy framework for delivery – what could and should be done at national, regional and local levels? • Building relationships with electricity and technology companies?
  32. 32. #onenorth @transport4north transportforthenorth.com
  33. 33. Chair: Greg Marsden, DecarboN8 Lead, University of Leeds Discussants: Professor Kevin Anderson, Uppsala University and the University of Manchester Ewa Kmietowicz, Committee on Climate Change Dr Delia Dimitriu, Connected Places Catapult Dr Ross Hunter, Temple Group Panel: Carbon Ambition for the North
  34. 34. Welcome to the Launch of the DecarboN8 Network Programme in Brief 10:30-10:40 Welcome & Opening Address 10:40-11:30 Carbon Ambition for the North 11:30-12:30 Place-based Decarbonisation 12:30-13:15 Lunch 13:15-14:15 Workshops Round 1: Place Based Decarbonisation 14:30-15:30 Workshops Round 2: Building the Network 15:40-16:15 Closing Plenary
  35. 35. Ian Palmer Head of Modelling and Analysis Transport for Greater Manchester Local Authorities and Decarbonising Transport
  36. 36. 37 Ian Palmer Transport for Greater Manchester 25th November 2019 DecarboN8, Leeds. Place-based decarbonization: Making Greater Manchester’s Transport Strategy work
  37. 37. Our vision is for 50% of all journeys in Greater Manchester to be made by walking, cycling and public transport by 2040. 1 MILLION MORE SUSTAINABLE JOURNEYS PER DAY
  38. 38. Spatial Themes
  39. 39. Targets by combined mode & spatial theme
  40. 40. New Challenge: Prioritisation of Infrastructure Investment Funds GM TF1 Glasgow WY Plus Scope Transport (2009) Transport, regeneration, flood, other (2014) Transport (2013) Lead metric GVA per GM £ GVA per GM £ GVA per GM £ Programme minima Inclusion Inclusion Inclusion Reduce CO2 per employee at county level Geog balance Geog balance Programme aspiration Reduce CO2 Reduce CO2
  41. 41. Mobility as a Service ‘ecosystem’ to support our vision for 50% of all journeys to be made by public transport, walking and cycling GM Future Mobility Zone Investment and Development areas: Principal Towns: the towns of Bolton and Bury and their hinterlands Regional Centre: central Manchester, Salford and adjacent parts of Trafford International Gateway: Manchester Airport and adjacent parts of Manchester and Stockport
  42. 42. Oz Choudhri Head of MaaS at Enterprise Holdings Nathan Wride Partnerships at LiftShare Shared Mobility
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  44. 44. Oz Choudhri Head of MaaS at Enterprise Holdings Nathan Wride Partnerships at Liftshare
  45. 45. Why Enterprise? …beyond the obvious
  46. 46. Why Liftshare? Over 20 years experience, pioneering the UK sharing economy since 1998 The UK’s largest public car sharing network Over 1 million members signed up, on the way to saving 1 BILLION miles Countless awards for innovation, including the Queen’s Award
  47. 47. Car Club and Liftshare share a vision to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles on our roads
  48. 48. Scoping SMART Mobility
  49. 49. Scoping SMART Mobility
  50. 50. Scoping SMART Mobility
  51. 51. Chair: Stephen Joseph OBE Discussants: Prof. Monika Büscher, Lancaster University Anthony Rae, Cutting Carbon Now Emma Moody, Lake District National Park Josey Wardle, Zero Carbon Futures Ian Palmer, Transport for Greater Manchester Panel: Societal Readiness
  52. 52. Welcome to the Launch of the DecarboN8 Network Programme in Brief 10:30-10:40 Welcome & Opening Address 10:40-11:30 Carbon Ambition for the North 11:30-12:30 Place-based Decarbonisation 12:30-13:15 Lunch 13:15-14:15 Workshops Round 1: Place Based Decarbonisation 14:30-15:30 Workshops Round 2: Building the Network 15:40-16:15 Closing Plenary
  53. 53. Workshops Round 1: Place Based Decarbonisation Roundhay 1: Urban Travel Roundhay 2: Rural Travel Roundhay 3: Pan-regional Travel
  54. 54. Workshops Round 2: Building the Network Roundhay 1: Creating new research programmes Roundhay 2: Building a world-class innovation environment Roundhay 3: Low-Carbon communication for policy
  55. 55. Welcome to the Launch of the DecarboN8 Network Programme in Brief 10:30-10:40 Welcome & Opening Address 10:40-11:30 Carbon Ambition for the North 11:30-12:30 Place-based Decarbonisation 12:30-13:15 Lunch 13:15-14:15 Workshops Round 1: Place Based Decarbonisation 14:30-15:30 Workshops Round 2: Building the Network 15:40-16:15 Closing Plenary
  56. 56. Dr Nick Goldspink Research Partnership Manager N8 Research Partnership N8 Research Partnership
  57. 57. Bob Moran Head of Environment Strategy Department for Transport Department for Transport
  58. 58. Dr Sara Walker Reader in Energy and Director of Energy@NCL Newcastle University Where next & close
  59. 59. Thank you! Email: decarbon8@leeds.ac.uk Twitter: @N8Decarbo Web: Decarbon8.org.uk

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