Against the background of discussions on the need to reduce CO2 emissions, and the fact that the transport sector has not seen the same gradual decrease in emissions as other sectors, the assessment of measures for their CO2 reduction potential is becoming increasingly important. Many cities are currently developing plans to reduce CO2 emissions. Transport models provide a suitable data basis for estimating transport-related CO2 emissions.
Within the framework of a series of webinars, SUMBA+ project wants to present the theoretical background as well as first experiences in the determination of transport-induced CO2 emissions and discuss with traffic models.
In the first webinar, Daniel Krajzewicz (DLR Institute of Transport Research) presented the theoretical background for modelling vehicle emissions.
The second webinar will take place on 04.11.2021 13.00 - 16.00 CET (Central European Time), focusing on examples for applying the methodology.
- Modelling the transport sector’s CO2 emissions in Germany: Background information and a practical example.
Stefan Seum & Dennis Seibert, DLR Institute of Transport Research
- Climate Targets and Mobility in Bavaria.
Daniella Bonilla Estrella, KCW Consulting for Public Transport
- The Study of a new Circulation Plan for Växjö and the effect on Emissions
Therése Ziedén, Ramboll Consulting
Please register for the webinars, you will receive the access information in time before the start of the webinar. https://eveeno.com/SUMBA-Webinar-CO2