Keep Kyoto on track. www.railway-mobility.org. Transport calls for more attention in the climate change discussion. It causes more than 20 % of global CO 2 emissions and is the sector with the highest growth.
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Transport calls for more attention in the climate change discussion. It causes more than 20 % of global CO2 emissions and is the sector with the highest growth.
You are hereby kindly invited to the official COP 10 "Keep Kyoto on track" side event
in Buenos Aires on 6 December from 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the “Cedro” room.
The debate session will be followed by a reception.
UIC, UITP, UNIFE and ALAF are present at COP 10
to put focus on how to integrate
transport policyand sustainable mobility
in the climate change discussion
For more information:
The International Union of Railways (UIC): Margrethe Sagevik: email@example.com
The International Association for Public Transport (UITP): Heather Allen: firstname.lastname@example.org
The European Rail Supply Industry (UNIFE): Susana Martins: email@example.com
The Latin American Railways Association (ALAF): Atilio Sanguinetti: firstname.lastname@example.org