“From ambition advocacy to implementation advocacy” – The PPMC is moving towards strengthening the implementation of sustainable transport and measures for transport and climate change. The PPMC will continue to work towards sustainable, low-carbon and resilient transport through a set of common messages on mobility, climate and sustainable development. Partners and other interested groups will develop a range of knowledge products and pass them on to stakeholders on climate change and sustainable development. In addition, the PPMC will lead the organisation of a series of official and unofficial secondary events on sustainable mobility and climate change. Below is an overview of the strengths of the Netherlands climate agreement by sector. SDG 13.1 Strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate risks and natural disasters in all countries. On 28 June 2019, the Dutch government presented the new climate agreement (climate agreement). It contains a number of measures developed in consultation with different parts of Dutch society in the common fight against climate change. The climate agreement aims to reduce CO2 emissions in the Netherlands by setting a national target of reducing it by 49% by 2030 compared to 1990. SDG 13.2 Integrate climate change measures into national policies, strategies and plans.
The objective of the green mobility policy is to “reduce the environmental impact of mobility on greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and noise”. The PPMC supports other initiatives on transportation and climate change.
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