New climate change report from the IPCC. Chapter 4 focuses on urban transport and urban planning, electrification of cities and transport, and shipping freight and aviation.
Read TWU’s article on why climate justice, decent work and public transport are inextricably linked. Public transit is key to tackling global warming.
The ITF priority project OUR public transport was launched at the ITF road and rail conference in Brussels this week. Share and watch the new short film, This is our public...
The ITF and the UITP (International Association of Public Transport) have joined forces to put public transport at the forefront of tackling climate change. At the ITF’s road and rail conference in Brussels the UITP Secretary General, Alain Flausch, and… Continue Reading →
31 African young transport workers participated in the ITF’s climate workshop in Dakar, Senegal, which was held as part of 4-day activity for young workers in the region. The other days focused on developing campaigning and organising skills as well… Continue Reading →
On 5 October ITF unions across the world took part in the 5 reasons, 5 photos challenge, by talking to at least 5 passengers each in railway and bus stations, airports or taxi ranks around the world. This was part… Continue Reading →
Over 30 ITF unions have signed up to take action on 5 October, where they will be taking to the streets to talk with passengers about how using and investing in public transport can cut emissio...
Asbjørn Wahl, chair of the ITF working group on climate change spoke at the Trade Union Climate Summit in Paris this week (14-15 September) Read the speech, share and comment! “It is a pleasure and an honour for me to… Continue Reading →
هذا هو السبب، بوصفنا نقابات في الـITF نقوم بتنظيم وسائل النقل العام، ندعوك الى رفع مستوى الوعي مع العمال و الركاب حول تغير المناخ و أهمية وجود مواصلات عامة جيدة.
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