Global warming impact assessment of urban mobility using motivation trip perspective – a case study of Saint-Etienne, France

Posted by Samuellefeon
Contact: 
lefeon@emse.fr
Type: 
article
Comparative: 
yes
Publication year: 
2012
Language: 
English
Code: 
Others
Product: 
Urban mobility
Quality and sources
Is the study a: 
Detailed LCA
Sponsor name(s): 
Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne
Sponsor name(s): 
EDF R&D
Sponsor type: 
University
Practitioner(s): 
Samuel Le Féon
Practitioner(s) type: 
University
Summary
Functional unit: 
Passenger and good trips in Saint-Etienne Agglomeration, France, during a 1 year period
Goal and scope of the summary: 
Evaluate the passenger and good trips in Saint-Etienne Agglomeration, France, during 1 year. Compare trip impacts, by trip motivation.
Material impact(s): 
Global warming
Raw material impact level: 
Low
Manufacturing impact(s): 
Global warming
Manufacturing impact level: 
Low
Shipping impact(s): 
Global warming
Shipping impact level: 
Low
Usage impact(s): 
Global warming
Usage impact level: 
High
End of life impact(s): 
Global warming
End of life impact level: 
Low

I found this assessment

I found this assessment especially interesting. Mobility is one of those impacts on global warming that people are not willing to reduce. And the increasing urbanization is continuing to have tremendous effects. This study is an interesting show to what the future holds!


Regards,
Joel Loveless



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