Difference between revisions of ""30 by 30" Resolution"

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|Website address=https://www.iru.org/resources/newsroom/iru-furthers-co2-reduction-policy-at-glec-consultation-seminar
 
|Starting year=2009
 
|Starting year=2009
|End year=2022
 
 
|Secretariat=International Road Transport Union
 
|Secretariat=International Road Transport Union
 
|Organisational structure=Permanent secretariat, Governing body,
 
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Innovative logistic concepts, such as ITS and optimised weights and dimensions of heavy commercial vehicles, which can equally reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of more than 10%.
 
Innovative logistic concepts, such as ITS and optimised weights and dimensions of heavy commercial vehicles, which can equally reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of more than 10%.
 
|Activities=The IRU is involved in activities which include, but are not limited to: Partnership among all its active and associate members and with related organisations and industries to define, develop and promote policies of common interest; Monitoring all activities, legislation, policies and events that impact the road transport industry, responding to and cooperating with all actors involved; Strategic reflection on global challenges of energy, competition and social responsibility, drawing on the strengths and expertise of its members channeled through the IRU Commissions and Working Parties; Dialogue with intergovernmental bodies, international organisations and all other stakeholders concerned by the road transport industry, including the public at large; Cooperation with policy makers, legislators and opinion-makers, in order to contribute to informed and effective legislation, striking the right balance between the needs and interests of all; Public-private partnerships with relevant authorities to implement legal instruments such as the TIR Convention under UN mandate or concrete transnational projects such as the reopening of the Silk Road; Communication of the role and importance of the road transport industry, of its position on various issues and of reliable data and information; Provision of practical services and information, to road transport operators, such as the latest fuel prices, waiting times at borders, secure parking areas, professional training, legislative developments, legal assistance, etc; Training to promote professional competence in the sector, improve the quality of services it offers and ensure compliance of road transport training standards with international legislation, through the IRU Academy.
 
|Activities=The IRU is involved in activities which include, but are not limited to: Partnership among all its active and associate members and with related organisations and industries to define, develop and promote policies of common interest; Monitoring all activities, legislation, policies and events that impact the road transport industry, responding to and cooperating with all actors involved; Strategic reflection on global challenges of energy, competition and social responsibility, drawing on the strengths and expertise of its members channeled through the IRU Commissions and Working Parties; Dialogue with intergovernmental bodies, international organisations and all other stakeholders concerned by the road transport industry, including the public at large; Cooperation with policy makers, legislators and opinion-makers, in order to contribute to informed and effective legislation, striking the right balance between the needs and interests of all; Public-private partnerships with relevant authorities to implement legal instruments such as the TIR Convention under UN mandate or concrete transnational projects such as the reopening of the Silk Road; Communication of the role and importance of the road transport industry, of its position on various issues and of reliable data and information; Provision of practical services and information, to road transport operators, such as the latest fuel prices, waiting times at borders, secure parking areas, professional training, legislative developments, legal assistance, etc; Training to promote professional competence in the sector, improve the quality of services it offers and ensure compliance of road transport training standards with international legislation, through the IRU Academy.
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|Have only national states as participators=No
 
|Have only national states as participators=No
 
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Revision as of 12:59, 10 July 2018

General

Name of initiative "30 by 30" Resolution
LPAA initiative No
NAZCA Initiative No
Website address https://www.iru.org/resources/newsroom/iru-furthers-co2-reduction-policy-at-glec-consultation-seminar
Related initiatives
Starting year 2009
End year
Secretariat International Road Transport Union
Organisational structure Permanent secretariat, Governing body,
Geographical coverage Global, North America, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and The Caribbean, Africa, Western Europe, Eastern Europe
Name of lead organisation
Type of lead organisation Business
Location/Nationality of lead organisation Switzerland

Description

Description The IRU "30 by 30" Resolution is a voluntary commitment of the road transport industry to reduce CO2 emissions by 30% by 2030 through means such as investments in innovative engine and vehicle technology, driver training and innovative logistic concepts.
Objectives To reduce CO2 emissions by 30% by 2030, calculated as transport performance in tonne km and person km and related to the base year 2007 - through means such as:

Investments in innovative engine and latest vehicle technology, which can contribute to a reduction in fuel consumption and consequently CO2 emissions of more than 10%.

Driver training, as provided by the IRU Academy and others, which can reduce fuel consumption and consequently CO2 emissions by up to 10%.

Innovative logistic concepts, such as ITS and optimised weights and dimensions of heavy commercial vehicles, which can equally reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of more than 10%.

Activities The IRU is involved in activities which include, but are not limited to: Partnership among all its active and associate members and with related organisations and industries to define, develop and promote policies of common interest; Monitoring all activities, legislation, policies and events that impact the road transport industry, responding to and cooperating with all actors involved; Strategic reflection on global challenges of energy, competition and social responsibility, drawing on the strengths and expertise of its members channeled through the IRU Commissions and Working Parties; Dialogue with intergovernmental bodies, international organisations and all other stakeholders concerned by the road transport industry, including the public at large; Cooperation with policy makers, legislators and opinion-makers, in order to contribute to informed and effective legislation, striking the right balance between the needs and interests of all; Public-private partnerships with relevant authorities to implement legal instruments such as the TIR Convention under UN mandate or concrete transnational projects such as the reopening of the Silk Road; Communication of the role and importance of the road transport industry, of its position on various issues and of reliable data and information; Provision of practical services and information, to road transport operators, such as the latest fuel prices, waiting times at borders, secure parking areas, professional training, legislative developments, legal assistance, etc; Training to promote professional competence in the sector, improve the quality of services it offers and ensure compliance of road transport training standards with international legislation, through the IRU Academy.
One or two success stories achieved

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Capacity building, Implementation
Activity of initiative Training and education, Goal setting (ex-ante)
Indicators
Goals
Comments on indicators and goals
How will goals be achieved
Have you changed or strenghtened your goals
Progress towards the goals
How are you tracking progress of your initiative
Available reporting

Participants

Participants Number Names
Members 180  
Companies 180
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 0
National states 0
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Other members 0
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
Have only national states as participators No


Theme

Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No
Last update: 4 September 2018 12:28:33

Not only have national states as participators