On 17 October 2007 the Portuguese Presidency of the European Union, the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA), the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) and the European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E) organised a seminar in Brussels to discuss air pollution and emissions of greenhouse gases from maritime transport.
This one-day event, organised by Transport and Environment (T&E) and co-sponsored by the governments of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands and Renault and Toyota, focussed on policies to speed up progress towards more fuel efficient cars in Europe.
A high profile one-day conference on 7 June 2006, organised by BirdLife International, the European Environmental Bureau (EEB), and the European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E).
Two-day visit / briefing on the practical and political dimensions of the Stockholm road pricing experience.
Download the programme.
T&E is hosting an event for T&E member organisations and NGOs working on cars and climate change. For further information, please contact Aat Peterse at T&E.
The SIPTRAM workshop presented the work and results of the SIPTRAM project,
which started in November 2002 with the aim of encouraging local and regional authorities across Europe to improve the environmental and quality standards in urban public transport through the competitive tendering process.
An international conference on sustainable port planning and shipping in the Baltic Sea Area.
Download the conference programme - available in English, French, German and Spanish . Presentations given at the conference are now available to download. The conference proceedings can also now be downloaded.
A major half-day seminar linking the climate change debate on different transport modes to the broader EU policy context.
In a one-day seminar held at the European Parliament, and hosted by Chris Davies MEP, T&E brought together experts, industry, policy makers and NGOs. Under discussion: future European action to combat the rapidly-growing contribution of the aviation sector to global warming. For more information, download the full announcement.