of ... CO2 emissions' (Sims et al. 2015) • Growing faster than other sectors: heading towards '12 Gt CO2 eq / yr by 2050' (Ibid.) • Seems to have no upper limit, unlike other sectors (food, heating, stuff), linking to Ivan Illich's (1974) Energy and Equity.
'Go Dutch' scenario at reducing emissions and energy use • The IPCC will be found to be pessimistic in its assumptions regarding transport demand • Reduced energy-intensive travel can be achieved through policies aimed at improving health and quality of life
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