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|Participants municipal actors names=Almada (Portugal), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Bogota (Colombia), Boulder CO (USA), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Burgas (Bulgaria), Changwon (South Korea), Curitiba (Brazil), Freiburg (Germany), Kaohsiung Kochi (India), Leipzig (Germany), Medellin (Colombia), Mexico City Mexico), Muenster (Germany), Portland OR (USA), Quito (Ecuador), Quelimane (Mozambique), Rosario (Argentina), San Miguel de Allende (Mexico), Shimla (India), Suwon (South Korea), Sydney Australia.
 
|Participants municipal actors names=Almada (Portugal), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Bogota (Colombia), Boulder CO (USA), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Burgas (Bulgaria), Changwon (South Korea), Curitiba (Brazil), Freiburg (Germany), Kaohsiung Kochi (India), Leipzig (Germany), Medellin (Colombia), Mexico City Mexico), Muenster (Germany), Portland OR (USA), Quito (Ecuador), Quelimane (Mozambique), Rosario (Argentina), San Miguel de Allende (Mexico), Shimla (India), Suwon (South Korea), Sydney Australia.
 
|Participants other members number=34
 
|Participants other members number=34
|Participants other members names=Partners: 8-80 cities (Canada), ADB (Philippines), CGM (India), Clean Air Asia (Philippines), CODATU (France), GIZ (Germany), EURIST (France), ECF (Belgium), FIA Foundation (United Kingdom), Despacio (Colombia), GPSM (Germany), Hewlett Foundation (USA), INNOZ (Germany), ITDP (USA), National Taiwan University (Taiwan), Nextbike (Germany), SLoCat (China), SOLUTIONS (United Kingdom), SMART (USA), Smart Freight Centre (Netherlands), team red (Germany), ICCT (USA), TUMI (Germany), UCL (United Kingdom), Viva (USA), Walk21 (United Kingdom), WCA (Belgium), WRI (USA), IRU (Switzerland), WWF (USA), Wuppertall Institute (Germany), ZLC (Spain) .
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Latest revision as of 13:41, 11 October 2019

General

Name of initiative EcoMobility Alliance
LPAA initiative No
NAZCA Initiative No
Website address http://www.ecomobility.org
Related initiatives
Starting year 2011
End year
Secretariat EcoMobility Team

ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability Kaiser-Friedrich-Str. 7 53113 Bonn, Germany ecomobility@iclei.org

Organisational structure The EcoMobility Alliance is currently chaired by Kaohsiung City, Taiwan.
Geographical coverage Global
Name of lead organisation ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability
Type of lead organisation International organisation
Location/Nationality of lead organisation Germany

Description

Description ICLEI and Changwon City have launched the EcoMobility Alliance, a select group of ambitious cities that have achieved excellent results in certain dimensions of sustainable mobility, and that strive to reach similar results in other EcoMobility fields. It is part of ICLEI's EcoMobility initiative comprised of two further major projects: EcoMobility World Festival and Congress, and EcoMobility SHIFT.

It is a transformation of the earlier Global Alliance for EcoMobility, which is a non-governmental organization founded and launched in Bali on 10 December 2007. An Alliance bringing together Local Governments committed to provide urban mobility that meets the needs of people. Though several activities, the EcoMobility Alliance reinforces local governments’ commitments to transforming their transportation systems and mobility patterns, aiming to reduce automobile dependency and become more sustainable, low-carbon and people-centered. Only organizations that are able to support cities with excellence in the field of EcoMobility will be invited to become official Partners.

Objectives Eco­Mobility is a means to prioritise the success factors walking, cycling, public transport, wheeling (using any man powered vehicle with wheels) in an integrated fashion such that a synergy is developed.
Activities Through various projects such as the EcoMobility Alliance, EcoMobility World Festival and Congress, and EcoMobility Alliance SHIFT, ICLEI brings cities together to have a collective and mutual learning and translate learning into practice by implementing policies, projects and investments to transform the current mobility patterns.

The Alliance has also brought forward the voice of Alliance Cities and their mobility concerns at various international events such as the International Transport Forums, Metropolitan Solutions, the UN Climate Talks in Bonn, COP22, COP23, and the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III). Needs assessment activities will take place either with selected cities individually or in a collective workshop that provides the opportunity to network within the EcoMobility Alliance. The needs assessment will begin a first stage of awareness raising for cities thorough a collective and conscious identification of actions that other cities are undertaking to advance urban mobility.

One or two success stories achieved

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Technical dialogue
Activity of initiative Awareness raising and outreach
Indicators
Goals The EcoMobility Alliance is a network of cities committed to building a sustainable transport future ensuring low-carbon, people-centered and socially inclusive mobility options.

Through the EcoMobility Alliance, ICLEI brings together cities committed to advancing urban mobility to conceptualize, design and implement people and climate friendly urban mobility options that encourage innovation and entrepreneurship. Though several activities, the EcoMobility Alliance reinforces local governments’ commitments to transforming their transportation systems and mobility patterns, aiming to reduce automobile dependency and become more sustainable, low-carbon and people-centered.

Comments on indicators and goals
How will goals be achieved
Have you changed or strenghtened your goals
Progress towards the goals Through the EcoMobility Alliance agenda ICLEI supports its network of over 1,500 cities, towns and regions with policy recommendations to create people friendly, climate neutral and socially inclusive mobility options that benefit the urban economy.
How are you tracking progress of your initiative The EcoMobility Alliance will support cities to implement a performance measurement system, SHIFT, that ICLEI has developed to track urban mobility.
Available reporting Reported in the annual report from PPMC: http://www.ppmc-transport.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/2017-MPGCA-Transport-Initiatives-Report_Final.pdf

Participants

Participants Number Names
Members 57  
Companies 0
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 23 Almada (Portugal),  Belo Horizonte (Brazil),  Bogota (Colombia),  Boulder CO (USA),  Buenos Aires (Argentina),  Burgas (Bulgaria),  Changwon (South Korea),  Curitiba (Brazil),  Freiburg (Germany),  Kaohsiung Kochi (India),  Leipzig (Germany),  Medellin (Colombia),  Mexico City Mexico),  Muenster (Germany),  Portland OR (USA),  Quito (Ecuador),  Quelimane (Mozambique),  Rosario (Argentina),  San Miguel de Allende (Mexico),  Shimla (India),  Suwon (South Korea),  Sydney Australia.
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Other members 34 Partners: 8-80 cities (Canada),  ADB (Philippines),  CGM (India),  Clean Air Asia (Philippines),  CODATU (France),  GIZ (Germany),  EURIST (France),  ECF (Belgium),  FIA Foundation (United Kingdom),  Despacio (Colombia),  GPSM (Germany),  Hewlett Foundation (USA),  INNOZ (Germany),  ITDP (USA),  National Taiwan University (China),  Nextbike (Germany),  SLoCat (China),  SOLUTIONS (United Kingdom),  SMART (USA),  Smart Freight Centre (Netherlands),  team red (Germany),  ICCT (USA),  TUMI (Germany),  UCL (United Kingdom),  Viva (USA),  Walk21 (United Kingdom),  WCA (Belgium),  WRI (USA),  IRU (Switzerland),  WWF (USA),  Wuppertall Institute (Germany),  ZLC (Spain) .
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
2018
57
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
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Not only have national states as participators