Morocco, a country highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change (CC), engaged early and voluntarily in the global process of combating CC, implementing various activities and programs. This project is part of the national strategy for the development of logistics competitiveness which aims, among other things, to reduce CO2 emissions by 35% of the road freight transport sector in Morocco resulting from the rationalization of travel. goods throughout the Kingdom. The project aspires to operationalize this target and to integrate CC considerations in this strategy and in the implementation of multi-flow logistics zones (ZLMF) which are planned within the framework of the same strategy.
The project focuses mainly on the multi-flow logistics zones of the Grand Casablanca region and aspires to build a pilot approach containing various mitigation measures with a long-term perspective of replication on other logistics zones in other regions. Kingdom (as planned under the strategy).
Apart from the reduction of CO2 emissions from the freight sector, the project mainly aims to put in place political measures and mitigation actions to serve the replication of the strategy on all multi-flow logistics zones, the development of projects low-carbon development regulation in the logistics sector, the establishment of government policies and financial incentives to promote low-carbon development investment in the logistics sector, and also the development of human capacities in the public, private and university sectors to support low carbon development in the said sector.
The National Focal Point of the project is the Ministry of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water. The project will receive close collaboration from AMDL, SNTL, OMCL, ONCF, CGEM, AMEE and others.