Climate Change Policy for Transport
"California’s Pioneering Transportation Strategy", Issues in Science and Technology, National Academies (Winter 2012) describes and explains California’s approach to climate policies for transportation, and what it means for others.
http://unfccc.int is the official website for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Of special interest to developing countries is the Ad-hoc working group on long term cooperative action (AWG-LCA) under the convention.
The initiative "Bridging the Gap: Pathways for Transport in a Post 2012 process" encourages the integration of land transport in the post 2012 agreement on climate change and helps to bridge the gap between transport and climate policy.
Advancing Sustainable Low Carbon Transport through the GEF. How GEF transport operations can evolve and enable the development of sustainable low-carbon transport systems.
The NAMA Pipeline Analysis and Database is maintained by UNEP Risoe and contains all submissions to the UNFCCC from developing countries and countries in transition for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions.
A progress report on the EU comprehensive strategy to reduce CO2 emissions from new cars and vans sold in the European Union shows that targets of 120 gCO2/km by 2012, as defined in the strategy, is however not likely to be achieved because some measures have been implemented late.