The purpose of the TEDiT tool is to allow policymakers, researchers, and the general public to visualise the effects of policy scenarios on carbon emissions for the transportation sector. Specifically for a set of Eastern European countries: Poland, Romania, Lithuania, and Hungary, TEDiT offers a unique method of disseminating information to policymakers and the informed public alike.
TEDiT was developed by a consortium of five organisations led by Clim ate Analytics in the framework of the “Beyond Best Practices in the Passenger Transport Sector” funded by the European Climate Initiative of the German government.
Climate Analytics is a non-profit climate science and policy institute based in Berlin, Germany, with offices in New York, USA, Lomé, Togo, Perth, Australia, Kathmandu, Nepal and Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Climate Analytics undertakes extensive research on the 1.5°C temperature limit in the Paris Agreement, evaluating progress on climate action and supporting governments in enacting policies to keep global warming to this limit.
WiseEuropa is an independent think-tank and research organisation based in Warsaw that undertakes a strategic reflection on European politics, foreign policy, economics and environmental issues. Since its establishment in 2013, WiseEuropa has contributed to the dialogue on pathways to achieve sustainable and inclusive growth in Poland and Europe.
2Celsius has been working on sustainable transport issues for the past six years, while some staff have experience of over ten years. 2Celsius is currently the only organisation in Romania with the interest and expertise to engage in decarbonising transportation projects at the Romanian and European level.
Darnaus Vystymosi Centras (DVC) has a rich experience shaping and contributing to Lithuania’s sustainable energy, agriculture, and transport policy-oriented process. The organisation encourages and motivates the public and businesses to choose environmentally friendly solutions and supports the government’s efforts to implement the principles of sustainable development. DVC experts were involved in preparing the sustainable urban mobility plan for Vilnius city, advocating and promoting green transport in the most prominent Lithuanian towns.
Clean Air Action Group (CAAG) is one of the best-known non-governmental organisations in Hungary that deal with the protection of the environment. Established in 1988, CAAG today serves as an umbrella organisation of about 40 environmental NGOs. The Experts’ Committee consists of 68 specialists of various professions. CAAG received the Hungarian Prize “NGO of the Year 2006”.