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  • 2009 ITF Workshop: Gateway Airport Investment...
    Workshop Outline Workshop Conclusions also available in Russian Conclusions by David Thompson Background Documents Competitive Interaction between Airports Airlines and High Speed Rail Summary and Conclusions of Round Table 2 3 October 2008 Paris JTRC Discussion Paper No 2009 7 Air Transport Liberalization and Its Impacts on Airline Competition and Air Passenger Traffic Tae H OUM Air Transport Research Society and University of British Columbia Canada Xiaowen FU Hong Kong Polytechnic University Anming ZHANG Embry Riddle Aeronautical University The Airport Industry in a Competitive Environment A United Kingdom Perspective David STARKIE Economics Plus Ltd London United Kingdom JTRC Discussion Paper No 2008 15 Introduction Regulation of Large Airports Status Quo and Options for Reform Slides Hans Martin NIEMEIER University of Applied Sciences Bremen Session 1 Views of Regulators Five Questions on the Economic Regulation of Airports Nick FINCHAM Director Economic Regulation Competition Policy CAA United Kingdom Financing Airport Infrastructure in the U S Catherine LANG Acting Associate Administrator for Airports U S Federal Aviation Administration Session 2 Views of Airports Financing Airport Infrastructure The Fraport Perspective Slides Dr Stefan SCHULTE Vice Chairman of the Executive Board Fraport AG Meeting the Challenge of Financing Airport Development Norman BOIVIN Aéroports de Montréal

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/2009/workshops/Mws1.html (2016-02-17)
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  • ITF at COP21
    Flying Clean Limiting the CO 2 Emissions from International Aviation Wednesday 9 December 11 15 Towards a Low Carbon Transport Future COP21 and Beyond Thursday 3 December 13 15 Carbon Valuation for Transport Policy Towards a More Coherent International Approach A New Paradigm for Urban Mobility How Fleets of Shared Vehicles Can End the Car Dependency of Cities Low Carbon Mobility for Mega Cities What Different Policies Mean for Urban

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/environment/COP21.html (2016-02-17)
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  • JTRC Working Group on Assessment of Policies for Long-Term Transition to Sustainable Transport
    significant gap between estimates of the costs of climate change and adaptation often summarised as a shadow price of CO2 and the cost of abatement measures to reach political targets set for reducing CO2 emissions in some countries and regions The more ambitious targets imply elimination of fossil fuel use in transportation Prospective costs of the alternative technologies required are well above higher end estimates of the shadow price of CO2 Views are divided on how and when support for such transformative technology should be provided Views are also divided on the priorities for intervention between support for specific technologies and broader policies towards modal choice and land use development The working group aims to review national approaches to assessing climate change mitigation policies and coherence with policies to mitigate other emissions The review will include approaches to assessing co benefits in relation to oil security and to industrial development and competitiveness policies green growth In this context the work also aims to identify the limitations of cost benefit analysis CBA for assessing policies to mitigate climate change and examine what additional analytical tools might be useful The working group will learn from countries experience of climate policy assessment by taking specific cases of policy initiatives and applied policy analysis Key questions to be addressed How should we understand the relationship between two different approaches in relation to carbon value social cost approach and abatement cost approach How to deal with low probability but high risk events potentially irreversible changes and large uncertainties in future climate impacts in climate policy assessment What discount rate should we use in assessing long term climate policy Should the carbon value be the same or different across countries across sectors across modes Should the CBA be appropriate to assess climate policy Input Carbon Emissions and Cost Benefit Analyses Svante MANDELL VTI Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute Linköping Sweden Discussion Paper No 2013 32 November 2013 Carbon Emissions and Cost Benefit Analyses Svante MANDELL VTI Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute Linköping Sweden Presentation December 2013 Factoring Sustainable Development into Project Appraisal a French View Emile QUINET École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées Paris France Discussion Paper No 2013 31 October 2013 Cost Benefit Analysis and Sustainable Development A French Point of View Emile QUINET École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées Paris France Presentation December 2013 The Social Cost of Carbon A Primer and Overview of the U S Government s SCC Estimates Elizabeth KOPITS National Center for Environmental Economics U S Environmental Protection Agency Presentation December 2013 Valuation of CO2 Emissions in Cost benefit Analysis of Transportation Projects Report from Japan Hironori KATO University of Tokyo Japan Presentation December 2013 Policy Evaluation System for Reduction of CO2 Emissions in Transport Sector Hironori KATO University of Tokyo Japan Presentation February 2014 CO 2 in Cost Benefit Analysis The Dutch Practice Hans NIJLAND PBL Netherlands Presentation December 2013 Cost Benefit Analysis France Monetising Non Priced Effects David MEUNIER Laboratoire Ville Mobilité Transport LVMT

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/environment/assessment/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • ITF-KOTI Joint Seminar on Green Growth in Transportation
    contribute to green growth were discussed Perspectives on the role of the transport related industries as well as the government were also explored The output of this seminar was channelled into the next 2011 Leipzig Forum whose main theme was Transport for Society as an input Programme Session 1 A New Concept for Economic and Sustainable Transport OECD s Green Growth Strategy Nathalie GIROUARD OECD Encouraging Innovation for Sustainable Transport

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/GreenGrowth2010/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • JTRC Working Group on Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategies in the Transport Sector
    emission of radiative forcing compounds will be necessary in the first half of this century These reductions have been determined to be several orders of magnitude greater than those already outlined in the Kyoto Protocol Countries that are signatories to the Kyoto Protocol are already working to meet the short term targets outlined within that treaty and many are setting more ambitious medium term targets Countries that are not signatories are also exploring means of reducing their CO2 emissions The research study is intended to assist member countries in prioritising their greenhouse gas reduction programs and measures for the transport sector It will address the potential for the transport sector to cost effectively contribute to GHG reductions vis à vis other sectors The study will then review and analyse transport sector greenhouse gas reduction programs and measures in member countries and other significant GHG emitters and seek to identify those lessons that are internationally transferable It will build on recent work by the JTRC ECMT and International Energy Agency IEA The research will also be coordinated with ongoing work by the International Transport Forum ITF which replaces the ECMT in 2008 in preparation for the 2008 ITF Ministerial meeting and the International Energy Agency work in preparation for the 2008 G8 meeting The report will aim to evaluate the extent of the cost effective greenhouse gas emissions reductions available in the transport sector based on the best available ex post assessment of specific measures and provide research based advice on the best strategies for durably reducing the contribution of the transport sector to climate change For more information please contact Philippe CRIST Related Information Terms of Reference Presentations Green Growth and Transport by Stephen PERKINS International Transport Forum Discussion Paper 2011 02 Korea s Perspective and Strategies for Climate Change

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/environment/GHG/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • JTRC Working Group on Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategies in the Transport Sector: Presentations
    contribute Effects of potential measures in Norway Tore LEITE Institute of Transport Economics Norway Paris May 2007 Emissions from Maritime Shipping Sector in A Freight Context James CORBETT University of Delaware USA Paris May 2007 Secretariat Presentations Reducing Transport Greenhouse Gas Emissions How Much How Fast and at What Cost Philippe CRIST OECD ITF Joint Transport Research Centre UNEP Geneva 11 February 2008 Reducing Transport Greenhouse Gas Emissions How Much

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/environment/GHG/presentations.html (2016-02-17)
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  • 50by50: Global Fuel Economy Initiative
    discuss options for the development of an Australian CO2 emissions standard for light vehicles GFEI brought senior international experts together with key Australian stakeholders in this day long event Attendees were able to consider the implications for Australia of global trends and experience and how this might inform the decisions which the Australian Government needs to take in order to deliver on their commitment to develop a CO2 emissions standard

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/environment/50by50/GFEIaustralia.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Future Car Challenge
    supported by the FIA Foundation and they proved a good choice The winner in the category for most efficient use of fuel by an international combustion engine passenger car was GFEI s diesel driven BMW with FIA Foundation Director General David Ward at the wheel accompanied by BBC Business Features Editor Jorn Madslien and co driver Avi Silverman The event started just before 7 a m when the cars gathered by Brighton s seafront for the official check and to have a fuel reading data logger attached The route was the reverse of the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run which took place the following day Drivers were given advice on fuel efficient driving including keeping acceleration to a minimum gentle braking and low use of the car s electrics The on road concept and development vehicles participating included the Gordon Murray T 25 City Car the Tesla Roadster Tata s Indica Vista Electric and the Nemesis developed by wind power entrepreneur Dale Vince Other models that participated in the challenge and in the parade along London s closed off Regent Street after crossing the finishing line were from VW Skoda Mercedes Vauxhall MG Mitsubishi and Ford Our car was an example of what can be done using today s technology commented FIA Foundation Director General David Ward on the GFEI s victory It was a highly fuel efficient run with just a conventional internal combustion engine I was particularly impressed with the stop start feature which allowed us to save fuel when we were kept stationary in heavy traffic just outside London Jack Short Secretary General of the International Transport Forum congratulated David Ward and his team on their success This was an impressive demonstration of what can be done with a combination of optimised existing technology and green

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/environment/CarChallenge.html (2016-02-17)
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