Date: March 19-20 , 2012
Time: 900am – 500pm
Venue: Conference Room, Ateneo School of Government, Quezon City, Metro Manila
This training is supported by GIZ and jointly organized by Transport Research Laboratory (a UKbased research company), Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities, Ateneo School of Government’s Catalyzing New Mobility in Cities Project, Partnership for Clean Air (CAI-Asia Network in the Philippines), and Metro Manila Development Authority. The training will be held on March 19-20 from 9:00am – 5:00pm at the Conference Room of the Ateneo School of Government, in Loyola Heights, Quezon City.
The target participants are national and local government officials responsible for transport. The participants will gain insights into sustainable transport and climate change initiatives and processes and gain awareness of the opportunities and benefits available to developing countries resulting from a low carbon approach to transport policy, planning, and development.
The five training modules are:
- Sustainable transport and climate change
- Sustainable transport and the climate process
- Transitioning towards low carbon transport
- Climate finance for low carbon transport
- Measuring the impact of low carbon transport interventions on CO2 emissions
Each module will take 90 minutes and consists of slide presentations and interactive sessions. The cost of venue and meals during the training will be covered by the organizers. All travel-related costs, however, must be covered by the participants. The training slots are limited so please confirm your participation with Joanna Marasigan – firstname.lastname@example.org.