Mobilizing community support for Low Carbon Mobility in Maharashtra's Cities

The project has been conceived with the aim of having civil society-driven adoption of meaningful low-carbon mobility initiatives in cities, leading to a reduction of GHG emissions from the urban transport sector while improving mobility and access to mobility for all sections of society. The project seeks to mobilize support for low-carbon mobility by conducting city-specific discussions, widening engagement with civil society, and supporting local advocacy efforts.

Low Carbon Mobility Phase 1 workshops

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This project is supported by the IKI Small Grants programme, which is part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI). IKI Small Grants is funded by the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) and the Federal Foreign Office (AA) and carried out by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. 


Phase 2 Workshops: Prioritising city-specific solutions for Low Carbon Mobility & Campaign Design

The Phase II workshop conducted by Parisar aimed to enhance engagement, boost participation, and elevate the discourse surrounding low carbon mobility in Maharashtra. The workshop focused on translating solutions into actionable initiatives through collaborative efforts with local civil society networks.

Phase 1 Workshops on Mobilizing community support for low carbon mobility in Maharashtra's cities

The Phase 1 workshops under the project "Mobilizing community support for low carbon mobility in Maharashtra's cities", were undertaken to generate ideas regarding Low Carbon mobility through a co-design process. The co-design process acted as a catalyst to ensure active partnership. Since mobility and transport needs vary dynamically, the process ensured the involvement of people from diverse backgrounds and lived experiences.

Mobilizing community support for Low Carbon Mobility in Maharashtra's Cities

The project has been conceived with the aim of having civil society-driven adoption of meaningful low-carbon mobility initiatives in cities, leading to a reduction of GHG emissions from the urban transport sector while improving mobility and access to mobility for all sections of society. The project seeks to mobilize support for low-carbon mobility by conducting city-specific discussions, widening engagement with civil society, and supporting local advocacy efforts.