The eMobi Road to COP26 is an initiative that aims to highlight the role of electromobility in decarbonizing the transport sector as an effective technology to achieve climate goals.
It is over 10,000 km to travel by electric cars between the host cities of the COP: Warsaw – Katowice – Glasgow and Rome as a partner of this year’s climate conference. The route covers European capitals such as: Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Rome, Berlin, Brussels and London.Sign request
Through the implementation of the project, we also want to emphasize the contribution of Poland to the climate transformation, which was developed during the COP24 climate conference in Katowice.
Declaration – DRIVING CHANGE TOGETHER – a joint initiative of Poland and Great Britain, which draws attention to the role of zero-emission transport in the process of transforming the transport sector in order to achieve climate goals and build a better future.
– JUST TRANSITION AND SOLIDARITY – this is one of the effects of COP24 – fair transformation of regions that will undergo profound changes as a result of the decarbonisation of the energy sector, it is also the role of electromobility as a driving force for economic changes in the regions.
During the project, we will collect signatures of representatives of countries, cities and regions, non-governmental organizations, the media as well as other people who support the idea of establishing the World Electromobility Day by the United Nations.
During the first edition, nearly 1,000 participants and 5,000 recipients of communication took part during the tour and the final at the COP25 Madrid conference.
We assume that this year’s edition will repeat the achievements of the previous one, and during the finals in Glasgow, we will submit a petition for the establishment of the World Electromobility Day by the United Nations at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow, to the UN Undersecretary for Climate.
“The eMobi Road to COP26” has been covered by the Honorary Patronage of the Minister of Climate and Environment, the Minister of Infrastructure and the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management.Sign request
The Polish Chamber of Development Electromobility Association is an independent non-governmental organization whose main goal is to build real electromobility, among others in local government units, through the implementation of the E-mobility now! – that is, creating appropriate conditions, raising awareness, education and using the economic potential of the new sector. The organization is the ambassador of the Polish initiative Driving Change Together. The Chamber is also the leader of the project of the European Electromobility Center in Poland, Zielona Góra.