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Building back better and green with railways for climate-neutral mobility

In this article, the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure…

22 November 2021 | By ,

In this article, the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies’ (CER) Alberto Mazzola, Executive Director, and Ethem Pekim, Head of Economic Policy and Sustainability, argue that the EU climate and energy policy portfolio must include a robust carbon pricing component and inform transport users about their choices to effectively…

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The railway sector is ready to deliver transport decarbonisation

For Global Railway Review, CER’s Libor Lochman (Executive Director) and…

6 September 2016 | By Libor Lochman, Executive Director and Ethem Pekin, Environmental Economist, CER

For Global Railway Review, CER’s Libor Lochman (Executive Director) and Ethem Pekin (Environmental Economist) explain that decarbonising the transport sector remains a challenge and an opportunity for European policy makers and that low-carbon transport modes such as rail can contribute to effectively reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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Noise & Vibrations: Noise-Differentiated Track Access Charges

Railways have an almost negligible impact on climate and environment…

3 December 2014 | By Libor Lochman, Ethem Pekin and Enno Wiebe, CER

Railways have an almost negligible impact on climate and environment compared to other modes of transport. The only remaining environmental challenge for the European rail sector is noise – a side effect of railway operation. For Global Railway Review, Libor Lochman, Executive Director of The Community of European Railway and…