SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY IN EU RURAL AREAS
“Transport emissions have increased by 25% since 1990. In this respect, mobility policies have a decisive role to play in contributing to the commitments to reduce emissions, decarbonise and improve air quality in the EU.”
“The project is part of the ERASMUS + programme. The partnership is composed of 5 institutions from 5 different European countries.”
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Recent studies show that mobility is behind the high average CO2 emissions attributed to citizens in rural areas compared to urban residents.
This comparison is not only unfair (based on the lack of public transport and inadequate calculation methods), but also very dangerous for rural communities that may see public funding mechanisms based on green indicators give priority to other areas.