Update: The starting date for the reporting obligation of CO2 emissions of commuting and business travel has been delayed to January 1st, 2024.
Carefree mobility, for everyone and everything in 2050. No emissions, excellent mobility accessible to young and old, rich and poor, able-bodied and disabled. Affordable, safe, comfortable, convenient and healthy. Smart, sustainable, compact cities with optimal flow of people and goods. Beautiful, liveable and accessible areas and villages where mobility is the bridge between living, working and leisure. This is the Climate Agreement's vision for mobility. In terms of sustainability, much can be gained in business mobility: more than half of the kilometres travelled in passenger transport are work-related.
One of the measures emerging from the Climate Agreement is the reporting obligation of CO2 emissions for business mobility. Large employers are expected to be required to submit data on employees' commuting and business travel starting from the 1st of July, 2023. The aim of this obligation to report is to save 1 megaton of CO2 by 2030. If organisations are on track to meet this target, the collective measures will remain in place. If CO2 emissions have not decreased sufficiently, from 2025 organisations will be obliged to travel smarter and more economically by an individual standard. Mobility Concept explains how to comply with the reporting obligation and how sustainable travel can be encouraged.