Transport and Carbon Dioxide Emissions: Forecasts, Options Analysis, and Evaluation
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This report provides a discussion on the relevance of measuring greenhouse gas emissions, particularly carbon dioxide (CO2), as well as air pollution from the transport sector from various methodologies and using the activity-structure-intensity-fuel (ASIF) type model. It aims to guide authorities and researchers in Asia in measuring O2emissions, as well as air pollutants from the urban transport sector. It also provides a discussion on the key parameters needed to be routinely collected by authorities to come up with an accurate estimate of the emissions.
- Executive Summary
- Importance of the Transport Sector and Measurement of Transport Data
- What Existing Aggregate Data Tell Us
- Restraining CO2 Emissions from Transport in a Growing World
- How and Why Measure Carbon Emissions from the Transport Sector?
- ASIF Approach - "Bottom-up"
- Monitoring and Analysis of the Status Quo
- Looking Forward: ASIF and Other Approaches to Projections and Forecasting
- Looking Backward: Measuring Policy and Other Impacts
- Data Requirements: A Three-Times-Three-Tiered Approach?
- Testing ASIF and Available Data for Estimating Emissions in Asian Countries
- Summary and the Way Forward