Annual Reports

Every year T&E gives an overview of the key developments in clean transport and the role we played in shaping the debate

Check out T&E’s annual report to watch our story – and previous editions below. If you want to know more about our most recent work, please visit our site regularly.

Annual report 2022

Putin’s war on Ukraine and the subsequent energy crisis revealed the true cost of our dependence on oil. With transport the main consumer of oil, T&E’s work has never seemed so crucial. This was also the year that Europe started turning the corner in tackling our addiction.

View the 2022 report here
Annual report 2021 - cover resized

Annual report 2021

2021 was a year of great expectation. It was a year of lofty climate goals in Europe. From the EU’s landmark climate Fit for 55 package to Germany’s first green government and to the COP Summit in Glasgow, European policymakers were more ambitious than ever before.

View the 2021 report here
2020 annual report

Annual report 2020

While the world was locked down, transport’s green transformation was being unlocked. From electric vehicles to aviation, a great acceleration was under way.

View the 2020 report here

Annual report 2019

After 30 years of evolution, the climate and environment crises demand a revolution.

View the 2019 report here

Annual report 2018

Europe is at war. On one side are poisonous diesel trucks, heavy suvs, dirty cruise ships and incessant oil wells. on the other side, facing them, are agile electric cars, quiet trains, cleaner lorries and smooth wind turbines.

View the 2018 report here

Annual report 2017

Phones are everywhere. We all have one. And before they land in our palm, they have to travel the world. Cars, trucks, planes, ships – virtually all modes of transport are involved. To better understand the impact of transport on our environment and health, let's follow the trip of one of those phones.

View the 2017 report here
Chapter 3.png

Annual report 2016

Transport is now Europe’s biggest climate problem 26% of the EU’s total greenhouse gas emissions, according to the UNFCCC.

View the 2016 report here