Anthropogenic (human-made) climate change is a global concern and potential mitigation strategies are receiving increasing interest. Examples include thermo-economics, increasing energy efficiency, and rights-based approaches for protecting victims of climate-induced displacement. Transport accounts for a quarter of global carbon dioxide emissions and remains one of few sectors where emissions are still growing. However, encouragingly, several European companies and institutions are pursuing best practices towards reducing (and reversing) emissions produced on the continent. A key challenge is determining the relative importance of pursuing a technological or a sociological solution: should we change transportation or people’s behaviour?
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|