Overall CO2 emissions from trade-related international freight are expected to increase by a factor of 3.9 between 2010 and 2050. Many initiatives focus on mitigating climate change in the transport sector and on improving air quality. A special focus is on hinterland connectivity. This part considers organizations and foundations working on sustainable freight transport across all modes on transport and/or looking at inter-modal transport solutions.
Please click on the organizations below to find out more about their work on sustainable freight transport. You can enter key words into the search function (e.g. air, climate, environment, safety, urban) to tailor the organizations appearing below. You can also use the filters to customize the list of organizations according to geographical region.
Please note that this is work in progress. Summaries are only provided for organizations with a global or regional scope and not for organizations focusing on a single country.
Last updated in April 2016.
Disclaimer: While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the organizations working on sustainable freight transport featured here, UNCTAD assumes no responsibility for eventual errors or omissions. In the event of doubt regarding the content or if you wish to add content, it is suggested that you contact us by using the online contact form or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.