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Panel 3. Land use, transportation and mobility

Emissions trading in international aviation. Possible design options for an emissions trading scheme and their impact on climate change and the aviation industry
Odette Deuber and Martin Cames, Öko-Institut e.V. – Institute for Applied Ecology

Decoupling the link between economic growth, transport growth and transport energy consumption in Europe
Dominic Stead, Delft University of Technology
David Banister, University College London

Comparison of the environmental impact from Aircraft and High-Speed Train operation
Moshe Givoni, University College London

Transportation and environment in Mexico city: reviving a bus system or giving in to the auto?
Lee Schipper and Aaron Golub, EMBARQ, University of California

Sometimes, economic arguments provide better conditions for achieving energy efficiency in transport
Henk van Elburg, Netherlands Organisation for Energy and the Environment (NOVEM)

Urban form and greenhouse gas emissions in Finland
Irmeli Harmaajärvi, VTT Building and Transport

ECO-DRIVING Europe – building the frame for a European market for eco-driving
Willy Raimund, the Austrian Energy Agency, Transport & Energy Unit
Stephan Fickl, E.V.A., the Austrian Energy Agency, Transport & Energy Unit

UK tax policies to control CO2 emissions from motor vehicles – early impacts and lessons for other European countries
Neil Wallis, Energy Saving Trust

The Planning System and its impact on sustainable urban form and energy demand
Maarten Wolsink, University of Amsterdam

Smart infrastructure solutions implemented in Stockholm – systematic approach on transports pays off in many ways
Agneta Persson, ÅF-Energi & Miljö AB
Margot Bratt, Bratt Communication
Per Wahlgren, Hammarby Sjöstad Home Department Service
John Higson, John Higson Ltd

Is compact urbanisation the best way to reduce travel? – a theoretical approach
Kees Maat, Delft University of Technology

Motorization and energy consumption in large cities in the OECD and Asia - tax incentives and public transportation for greater fuel efficiency
Keiko Hirota and Kiyoyuki Minato, Japan Automobile Research Institute

The SEA BUS – a biogas driven commuter ferry for public transportation
Mats Dryselius, Borg & Co