Current Projects

1) Climate Change Vulnerability and Infrastructure Investment Assessment and Analysis for Small Scale Water Utilities in the Lake Victoria Basin

Assessing Climate Vulnerabilities and Infrastructure of Three Small Scale Water Utilities in the Lake Victoria Basin…This is a U.N. Habitat project and is being implemented the following partners: Alliance to Save Energy (ASE), Re-Solve, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Stockholm Environment Institute (US), and Climate XL. The purpose of this study is to highlight the possible impacts of climate change on the small-scale water utilities in Masaka (Uganda), Kisii (Kenya), and Bukoba (Tanzania).

2) The Global Fuel Efficiency Initiative (GFEI)

The Global Fuel Efficiency Initiative (GFEI) is a global initiative to improve auto fuel economy by promoting debate and discussion around the issue of fuel economy. In partnership with UNEP, Climate XL is currently developing a database to help in the analysis of fuel economy potentials in Africa. This work is extremely important in the context of the global challenge of tackling man-made climate change and, in particular, the role played by transport.

Past Projects

1)Improving Road Design for Non-Motorized Transport in Nairobi as Part of Investments in Road Infrastructure

The aim of the global Non-Motorized Transport (NMT) and road infrastructure initiative is to improve the access to safe and affordable mobility that is also carbon-neutral and sustainable ('eco mobility'). By encouraging a large modal share for NMT, in particular walking and cycling, the initiative promotes cleaner air, low carbon mobility, road safety for all users, improved business environments, more livable cities, and more affordable commutes.
Co-benefits of Cleaner, More Efficient Transport Approaches: Linking

2) Air Quality and Climate Change
At the request of the UNEP-based Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (PCFV), Climate conducted a desk study and analysis of the most compelling, up-to-date and relevant research and thoughts on the issue of climate and air quality co-benefits in the transport sector – with the emphasis on road transport. The work assessed the possible synergies between climate and air quality policies and measures, where costs and benefits of these interventions meet in the transport sector.

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