Rural regions are highly car-dependent, creating huge problems for those who do not want to use their car, cannot drive or afford a car. What innovative transport options can better connect rural users? Continue reading Fertile Ground for Innovation: A Fresh Look at Rural Mobility
Night trains return in force, proving the old adage that the journey can be just as important as the destination Continue reading Dream on: the overnight rail comeback that’s revitalising inter-city travel
With the finish line now visible in the race for commercial electric flight, we review the battery-powered flyers landing soon at a place near you Continue reading Aerial Revolution: Electrifying Air Travel is on the Horizon
Global warming cannot be stopped without decarbonising transport. But moving people and goods is still 90 percent oil-dependent and national decarbonisation plans lack focus. A moment of truth is approaching at the COP26 climate negotiations in Glasgow in November. By Hans Michael Kloth Just under one-quarter of all the earth-warming, climate-changing CO2 humankind blows into the atmosphere comes from our current transport habits: the petrol-powered … Continue reading Can Transport Kick Its Carbon Habit?
Nobody throws a lance when they have no target: what climate policy can learn from human resource management. Continue reading The fine art of taking good aim (when trying to save the climate)