Eco transport and air quality project
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  • Submitted by: Impact Global emission solutions Ltd
  • Topic: Sustainable transport
  • Keywords: transport cO2 reduction, Air quality improvement, sustainable transport project, pm, nox , sox, Co2 transport reduction, reduction of carcinogenic pm, pm10, pm2.5
  • Location: London, UK
  • Date of completion: 01 Aug 2018
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In Support of Rio+20 Future We Want
This initiative is in support of paragraph 132 of the Rio+20 outcome document, the Future We Want
Action Network
  • This voluntary initiative came from Sustainable Transport
Deliverable Date
Transport Co2 reduction on 30 straddle carriers of 990 tons per annum 2011
Co2 reduction 30 straddle carriers ( euro 3 engines) 990 tons 2012
Resources devoted to implementation
Type Details
Staff / Technical expertise integration with CDM/ NAMA for technology
Staff / Technical expertise policy integration knowledge transfer
Staff / Technical expertise project development under UNFCCC CDM ,NAMA & revised simplified MRV
Impact Global emission solutions Ltd, AE BBV, Port of Antwerp,European Comission
Description/achievement of initiative
The project objectives are to reduce Transport Co2 and associated Air pollutants at point of combustion and provide simple MRV for transport projects in cities and across a wide range of sectors, including public transport, power generation, non road mobile machinery, marine and passenger vehicles, freight vehicles, trains and cars & motorcycles. The project provides incentives and inclusion by reducing operators costs and providing innovative financial mechanisms along wioth knowledge transfer, training and local assembly and or manufacture.
Implementation methodologies

The revised methodology allows for integration of new technology into sustainable transport projects, by improving the combustion efficiency of Diesel vehicles and machinery.

Please refer to Ghana PDD for more information or email
Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer
Th UN is currently facilitating projects in Africa, along with co-operation of CCAC for wider knowledge transfer and wider capacity building. The technology has now been identified as an acceptable viable alternative for transport based emission reduction projects, especially in high sulfur regions where diesel particulate filters cannot work. The technology also reduces all species of PM by 80%, reduces NOX, SOX and Co2 while simultaneously improving Air quality
Coordination mechanisms/governance structure
The project will provide knowledge and technology transfer to implement projects, that are scaleable and replicable across a number of countries, can be co-ordinated and facilitated with UN, UNEP,UNDP and Governments either under local policy based initiatives or CDM/NAMA based projects. Projects will be developed in conjunction with local partners under PPP or local agreements

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