Tag - EcoTransit
Saturday 20 June 2009 at 09:18 :: Transportation and climate change
Check the emissions of your travel and the travel of the products you buy in the best possible way! EcoPassenger and EcoTransIT are two user-friendly internet tools to compare the energy consumption, CO2- and exhaust atmospheric emissions for planes, cars and trains (and trucks) in Europe. With "the best possible way" we mean the most fair and comprehensive way. The methodology behind the calculations are sound scientific, focusing on a life cycle approach (...)
Friday 7 August 2009 at 16:47 :: What is it?
The Train to Copenhagen team has one goal: bringing people to Copenhagen and bringing COP15 to the people. Taking the train is part of the solution in combating global warming. Trains are the most environmentally friendly mode of transport, so why would you travel by any other means to the one event in 2009 that can make a difference to the planet’s future? The International Union of Railways (UIC) and its (...)
Tuesday 18 August 2009 at 17:01 :: How to get to Copenhagen?
There are many ways to travel if you are going to Copenhagen for the COP15 or any other reason. However if you want to travel in a sustainable way you can find the timetable for all European trains at www.ecopassenger.org and compare the carbon footprint between the different modes of transportation.
A number of UIC members are offering special fares for people participating in the COP15. So please follow the evolution of this site where we will promote all special (...)
Wednesday 17 June 2009 at 11:12 :: What is it?
Links: Bridging the Gap
Thursday 18 June 2009 at 15:37 :: Transportation and climate change
What is climate change? Climate change is (...)
Tuesday 18 August 2009 at 18:57 :: Others
EcoPassenger and EcoTransIT include rail data from the new UIC energy and CO2-data base. EcoPassenger and EcoTransIT do not only calculate the energy or the fuel it takes to run the train, car or the plane. The (...)