Next stop for reducing carbon emissions in lutrawita / Tasmania
Transport, Tasmania’s second highest emitting sector at 21%, needs to be decarbonised if we are to reach our net zero by 2030 target. But with electric vehicle ownership at less than 1% and public transport and active transport use low, more needs to be done to incentivise uptake.
Join Climate Tasmania for this Politics-In-The-Pub event on August 2nd, to discuss the next stop for emissions reductions in lutruwita/Tasmania: electrification of vehicles, and increased public and active transport.
Speakers include Sarah Russell (RECFIT), Professor Richard Eccleston (UTAS Policy Exchange), Anthony Broese van Groenou (Good Car Co.), Alison Hetherington (Bicycle Network), and Rachel Hay (Climate Tasmania).
Accelerating electric vehicle uptake in lutruwita / Tasmania
Read our report, outlining a transport transition plan for Tasmania, below.
“With transport sector emissions reduction plans in development, there’s no better time than now for the Tasmanian Government to put the policies in place to transition to EVs. Based on international and interstate counterparts, this paper outlines possible, practical, and popular policies – providing a potential roadmap to accelerate EV uptake.”
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Alternatively, you may download the PDF file by clicking HERE