Based on a T&E seminar held in Brussels on 19 May 2004, this report brings together social and environmental thinking, with a focus on the specific example of pricing.
T&E sets out the priorities in the field of European transport and environment for the second half of 2004, when The Netherlands has the presidency of the EU.
Proceedings from the April 2004 seminar on economic instruments, hosted in Brussels by T&E.
In collaboration with national NGOs T&E has published a snapshot of transport trends, strengths and weaknesses in nine of the EU accession states.
A T&E factsheet examining some of the technical and political barriers to exapanding the use of intermodal freight transport in Europe.
Manifesto for sustainable investment. A manifesto by the European Platform of Social NGOs, European Trade Union Confederation and the European Environmental Bureau. T&E supports the manifesto and prepared the transport section.
A brief introduction into who is affected by social exclusion and how transport can exacerbate or help alleviate the problem.
Not all three aspects of sustainability are dealt with equally in European transport. Economics is thoroughly discussed and environmental issues are well-publicised. But transport's social problems are often unclear, and the social/psychological factors supporting transport patterns are often forgotten.
Addendum to T&E 2003/03, reaction to the Italian presidency infrastructure building priorities.