Global Fuel Economy Initiative - Rob de Jong - United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) - Transforming Transportation 2013 - EMBARQ and The World Bank
Global Fuel Economy Initiative!! Presented at Transforming Transportation 2013!! Rob de Jong!! Head, Urban Environment Unit, at Division Technology, Industry and Economics (DTIE)!! United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)!Transforming Transportation 2013!
Number of vehicles * 1000 VEHICLE GROWTH (IEA, 2012)
Global CO2 emissions from light duty ﬂeet BAU vs GFEI 5000 4500 4000 3500 BAU Stabilization 3000 2500 2000 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 Global CO2 emissions from light duty vehicles
AutomoUve Fuel Economy Campaign • Campaign to promote and support the development of fuel economy policies in developing and transiUonal countries • Targets: – Phase I: 4 pilots & global tool – Phase II: Regional -‐ another ~15-‐20 countries (~3-‐4 per region) – Phase III: global roll out – remaining countries
Phased Approach PHASE I -‐ GLOBAL 4 PILOTS & TOOL2009 CASE STUDIES 2013 TOOLKIT PHASE II -‐ REGIONAL REGIONAL PROJECTS: 15-‐20 COUNTRIES 2011 2015 REGIONAL APPROACHES PHASE III -‐ NATIONAL GLOBAL ROLL OUT: 40+ COUNTRIES 2013 ? A Global, Phased Approach to Cleaner, More Eﬃcient Vehicle Policies
GFEI Country projects (Oct 2012) Asia Central and Eastern Bangladesh Europe China Macedonia India Montenegro Philippines Armenia Viet Nam Azerbaijan Georgia Lan America & Russia Caribbean Jamaica Africa Peru Côte dIvoire Brazil MauriKus Colombia Benin Mexico Costa Rica
Beneﬁts • All countries in the world adopUng a clean fuels and vehicles policy – aiming at 50% improvement y 2050 (IPCC, G8) • Climate – 1 GT/yr 2030, 2 Gt/yr 2050 • Health – urban air polluUon, esp. PM • Economic – reduced use of oil, cheaper transport, energy dependence, government spending • Developmental – trade & anU-‐dumping, clean transport systems
Strategic partners • IEA – baseline seeng -‐ support 4 pilots, development methodology • ICCT – technical experUse – MOU in making -‐ support to pilots & countries • CAI Asia – Asian country support -‐ agreement signed -‐ naUonal support Indonesia and Asian countries • Climate XL – Africa – agreement signed -‐ support to tool development, baseline methodology, naUonal support Ethiopia and Kenya • Mario Molina Centre – LAC – agreement signed – support to pilots (Chile & Colombia) • REC & CENN – CEE – REC: agreement signed, CENN: project under development – for naUonal support CEE & Caucasus • FIA Foundaon – CommunicaUon & Awareness, autoclubs, GFEI Secretariat • ITF (OECD) – harmonisaUon, North-‐South lessons learned
Transforming Transportation 2013!! Co-organized by EMBARQ and The World Bank!! More information at:!! EMBARQ.org!! worldbank.org/transport!! Questions? Comments? Contact us at email@example.com!! Follow us on Twitter: @EMBARQnetwork!Transforming Transportation 2013!