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A sustainability pledge for African railways targeting a 25% market share, carbon neutrality and support for employee wellbeing has been launched by UIC Africa as part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Africa Climate week.
Increasing rail’s market share to 25% by 2050 would be achieved by:
The aim if carbon neutrality for African rail by 2050 is based on:
Supporting the rail workforce and improve well-being would involve:
UIC Africa also called for action to bolster the development of African railways and support sustainable mobility in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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