Τετάρτη, 29 Οκτωβρίου 2008

The Sustainable Mobility Project (SMP)

The Sustainable Mobility Project (SMP) was established in 2000 to consider how global mobility patterns might evolve in the period to 2030 and beyond, what strategies exist to influence this evolution in ways that might make transport more sustainable, and who (companies & citizens) will manage these strategies to succeed.

Seven (7) are the goals that, if achieved, would improve the prospects for sustainable mobility:

  1. Reduce conventional emissions from transport so that they do not constitute a significant public health concern anywhere in the world.
  2. Limit greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transport to sustainable levels.
  3. Reduce significantly the number of transport-related deaths and injuries worldwide.
  4. Reduce transport-related noise.
  5. Mitigate traffic congestion.
  6. Narrow “mobility divides” that exist within all countries and between the richest and poorest countries.
  7. Improve mobility opportunities for the general population in developed and developing societies.

(This article is based on http://www.wbcsd.org/ site of World Business Council for Sustainable Developement)



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