Why fighting transport CO2 emissions is like “Game of Thrones”

by Andrew Jackson We all enjoy a good story, where the unsuspecting hero faces challenge after challenge, and eventually wins through to bring triumph for those we care for. “Game of Thrones” challenges that paradigm, as the heroes we love are killed off one by one – with betrayal, swords and poison. While this comment about “Game of Thrones” may be a spoiler to few … Continue reading Why fighting transport CO2 emissions is like “Game of Thrones”

Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide

by Will Duncan Countries around the world struggle with a divide between urban centres and rural regions. Bridging it requires imaginative transport policy to connect citizens everywhere with the services they need and give remote communities a better future. After decades of weak growth and limited investment, many regional communities across the developed world feel forgotten; left behind by national governments in thriving capital cities. … Continue reading Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide