E-Learning Course on Sustainable Urban Mobility in Developing Countries


By LCP Secretariat
December 3, 2012


Reference No. (2012-12- 062)

MEMORANDUM

FOR : THE HONORABLE CITY MAYORS

FROM : JEREMY PHILIPPE T. NISHIMORI

OIC - Executive Director

RE : E-Learning Course on Sustainable Urban Mobility in Developing Countries

DATE : 03 December 2012

 


 

The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), in partnership with the German Technical Cooperation (GIZ), will be conducting an e-learning course on Sustainable Urban Mobility in Developing Countries from December 3, 2012 to March 22, 2013.

The online course is designed to provide solutions and alternative approaches in urban transport planning for developing cities. It includes an analysis of key sustainable transport issues such as transport demand management, improved public and non-motorized transport, environmental protection, road safety, and gender in transport. Other topics included would deal with economic and financial instruments related to urban transport, as well as institutional improvements, market regulation and environmental standards.

Should you be interested to participate in this online course, you may directly contact Mr. Nicolas Plouviez, Local Development Programme Officer for UNITAR via email: e-ldp@unitar.ord (with copy to desra@uclg-aspac.org). You may visit www.unitar.org/event/urbanmobility2012 for the full course information, outline and other related information. An accompanying course flyer may be downloaded from the LCP website (www.lcp.org.ph).

For your kind information.

Thank you very much.

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