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THE PEP - Clearing House

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Case Studies
Research and Methods
Indicators and Data
Capacity building
Institutional mechanisms
Monitoring tools
Public transport
Private cars
Walking & Cycling
Modal split
Integrated Transport Planning
Ecologically sensitive areas
Children and other vulnerable road users
Specific issues of EECCA countries
Pollution and noise
Landscape and nature
Road traffic injuries
Physical inactivity
Energy use

Document approved by World leaders during Rio+20. Document provides foundation for social, economic &environmental well‐being. It calls for wide range of actions on sustainable development goals,strengthening the UN Environment Programme and other.

This study tackles the main urban transport challenges that face developing countries as urban transport has numerous harmful effects on human health and aggravates climate change.

Tubingen’s "French district" is an urban development project. A 60-hectare military wasteland converted into a dense urban neighbourhood with mixed urban functions. Neighbourhood is characterized by low energy housing & an innovative mobility concept.

Summary of scientific evidence on negative health effects of
physical inactivity & on benefits of physical
activity, especially walking & cycling. It highlights interaction between strategies
for health promotion & role of transport & land-use.

It provides us with the results of the study “Potential of Cycling to reduce Emissions in Road Transport” conducted by the Dresden University of Technology  at the request of the Federal Ministry of the Environment of Germany.

WHO Regional Office for Europe carried out a baseline assessment of the magnitude of environmental health inequality in the European Region based on a set of 14 inequality indicators.

This document contains an action plan for implementation of the European Strategy for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases.

The document describes the Transport Demand Management (TDM) Project implemented by the GIZ and BRTC, which proposes efficient sustainable solutions to limit air pollution.