The signatories of the Paris Agreement have to submit more ambitious decarbonisation plans by early November. We take a look at how committed they are to reducing transport CO2. By Hans Michael Kloth Finally, during the third all-nighter in a row, the breakthrough came. In the catacombs of the airport-turned-convention centre in Le Bourget on the northern outskirts of Paris, lawyers huddled from 2 a.m. to comb through 29 articles of fiendishly complex text. As morning broke, translators went … Continue reading Are you serious?
Supply chain reaction: With the crucial COP26 talks just around the corner, we explore how logistics systems can and are providing a sustainable backbone for the planet’s ever-increasing movement of goods. Continue reading Supply chain reaction: why the time is ripe for sustainable logistics
This UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science let’s commit to more inclusive transport policies in the wake of the Covid pandemic Continue reading Gender in the balance: the win-win of designing innovations for all
Three Latin American cities provide effective road safety lessons using a holistic management approach to a culture hooked on speed. Continue reading Safer arterial roads in Latin America: lessons from Bogotá, Fortaleza and Mexico City
How can the transport sector get better at serving the needs of women – both as customers and as employees? Continue reading “To Empower Women, Everyday Acts Matter Most”