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COP26: Seven reasons global transport is so hard to decarbonise

By Christian Brand, Associate Professor in Transport, Energy & Environment, Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford
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Transport accounts for 21% of global carbon emissions. It is now the largest emitting sector in many developed countries. While Europe and North America dominate historic transport emissions, much of the projected growth in emissions is in Asia.

Even if current and committed policies were to succeed, transport’s carbon emissions would still grow almost 20% by 2050. Highly ambitious policies could cut these emissions by…The Conversation

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