How do we best tackle greenhouse gas emissions in personal transport?Cycle Logistics answers for "Clean Transport' presented by Dr. Randy Rzewnicki, Project Manager at ECF at a debate at Euronews and European Voice.
To achieve the EUs 2050 emissions targets, the transport sector, which accounts for around one third of GHGs, will have to cut its carbon footprint by more than 60% compared with 1990 levels.
This will require a shift, in both attitude and technology, to the way we travel and the way we transport and consume products. It will also require strong collaboration between government and the private sector if we are to reach the goals set forth.
With fossil-fuel prices at an all-time high across the globe, public and commercial appetite for energy saving is high: how can that enthusiasm be turned into long-lasting, effective solutions?
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How do we best tackle greenhouse gas emissions in personal transport? 14 comments from our contributors at
Dr. Randy Rzewnicki, Cycle Logistics Project Manager, European Cyclists' Federation:
"We know that we could get up to 90% of trips done by trucks, done in smaller vehicles and as far as private individuals go for personal or private logistics as we called it, we could..."
See the whole 6 minute interview/Video at : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vH0j6p5Iaro
Contact: Randy Rzewnicki