Transport affects everyone, every day. The Transport sector is a major contributor to air pollution and climate emissions, impact set to increase with an expected tripling of the global car fleet. UNEP’s work is aimed at decoupling increased mobility from increased emissions. UNEP is a partner in several leading global transport programs in areas such as fuel economy, small particulate pollution and infrastructure development, implemented through public-private partnerships.

PCFV GFEI SHARE THE ROAD ASTF - Africa Sustainable Transport Global Clean Ports
Improving urban air quality through cleaner fuels and vehicles Promoting vehicle fuel efficiency in developing and transitional countries Promoting investment in walking and cycling infrastructure Developing Africa's first sustainable transport action plan Reducing air pollution from ports in developing and transitional countries
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Southern African Countries Prepare a Low Sulphur Diesel Fuels Strategy
7-8 July 2015 Johannesburg, South Africa
Thirteen of the fifteen Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) countries met on 7-8 July 2015 at the OR Tambo Conference Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa to prepare a sub-regional low sulphur diesel fuels strategy. In attendance were representatives from Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Swaziland.

Paraguay Adopts Air Quality Standards
July 2015

In June, 2014, the National Congress of Paraguay adopted the Clear Air Law (N°5.211) which started a series of actions that aim to combat the deteriorated air quality, especially in Asuncion. A year later, on the 3rd of July, 2015, the Directorate-General of Air (DGA) of the Secretariat of Environment (SEAM) published the Air Quality Permissible Standards (Res. N°259/15), for the maximum concentrations of SO2, NO2, CO, O3 and PM.

Additionally, the DGA is working on the development of Emission Standards for mobile and industrial sources, which should be published within the next months. The Partnership of Clean Fuels and Vehicles (PCFV), through the collaboration of UNEP and the Mario Molina Center Chile (CMMCh) have supported the government of Paraguay through the process.

Montenegro national launch of the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI)
20 November,Podgorica, Montenegro
CEGESTI presents report on CO2 emissions and fuel economy on new imported light duty vehicles from 2008-2014 in Costa Rica.
September 22, 2015, San José, Costa Rica.
Jamaica Launches Global Fuel Economy Initiative  National Project
July 28, 2015
Southern African Countries Prepare a Low Sulphur Diesel Fuels Strategy
7-8 July 2015 Johannesburg, South Africa
Algeria sensitizes stakeholders on the benefits of improving vehicle fuel efficiency
3-4 June 2015 Algiers, Algeria
ECOWAS states meet to discuss regional harmonization of low sulphur standards
18-19 May 2015, Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire
Kenya National Workshop on Clean Fuels and Vehicle Regulatory Toolkit 
1-2 April 2015
Nairobi City County Launch NMT Policy 
17 March 2015, Nairobi, Kenya
Stakeholder Meeting on Automotive Fuel Economy Initiative
Kathmandu, 6th March 2015.
Post-2015 policy briefing focuses on road safety in the SDGs
5 March 2015, FIA Foundation
CEDARE Presents Studies on Cleaner Fuels and Vehicles at the AMCEN 2015 Conference
2-6 March 2015, Cairo, Egypt
Regulatory Toolkit  GFEI Autotool Clean Fleet Toolkit Low Carbon Transport