Transport NAMAs covering a wide range of activities. They can be local, regional or national policies, projects or strategies – indeed any intervention, either new or existing, stand-alone or ‘bundled,’ sector specific or economy-wide, that can be shown to reduce emissions from a business as usual scenario.
The Bridging the Gap report on Transport
NAMAs: An Overview by Anne Binsted, Benoit Lefevre, Camille Cauchois and André Eckermann gives an overview of transport NAMA feasibility studies, concepts and proposals as well as recent developments in initiatives supporting NAMAs. The report aims to increase awareness of the wide range of transport NAMA activities that are taking place, and to encourage related discussions and further engagement with the concept between developing countries, potential financiers, and the wider technical community.