Join us on the Mission to Accelerate Transport Decarbonisation
In 2023, global carbon emissions from fossil fuels reached a record high, with total CO2 emissions estimated to exceed 40 billion tons. This included nearly 37 billion tons from fossil fuels, representing a 1.1% increase from 2022 and a 1.5% increase compared to pre-pandemic levels.
The pandemic has shed the light on how vulnerable our societies are when free movement of people and goods is constrained. Mobility is important, but it should not come with the cost of pollution, endangering human health and wellbeing.
To meet the 2050 Paris climate commitments, transport has to be decarbonised. So the question we ask ourselves is how do we ensure the transition to sustainable mobility?