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Worsening air pollution from coal power and urban transport are threatening a high percentage of children across the world
It might be time for automakers to close their corporate sustainability responsibility departments after their American lobbying association reversed efficiency and pollution gains and denied climate change...
A wider variety of stakeholders need to be included to design more accessible cities and concomitant transport systems
Underground line projects in Saigon and Hanoi are examples of the challenges of transport ventures that are not delayed by technical issues but by a lack of administrative planning, technical cooperation and effective implementation...
Train speeds in Brazil are symptomatic of a freight preference as well as underspending on infrastructure
This Christmas, forget the toy car and opt for a clean, accessible and inclusive bus set
It’s called an airplane
Twelve automakers sacrifice the future by urging Pres. Trump to lower fuel-economy standards, which might be the single largest CO2 reduction in U.S. history
Bushes and shrubs may provide more targeted relief from air pollution
Flying cars are the latest tech-tastic news bubbling out of Silicon Valley. But even if they are feasible, will they solve any real problems?
Can a creaking and inefficient infrastructure system avoid being politicized, or will jobs, clean air, competitiveness and long-term sustainability be left to states and cities to figure out?...
Recent measures in Paris and New Delhi yield mixed results
Nowhere is safe from "fake news" it seems
"Avoid–Shift–Improve" approach for the sustainable consumption of plastics borrows from the transport and energy field
Bike parking replaces cars on Scandinavian city streets
While India makes strides in moving toward a power surplus, pollution is worsening and access to electricity remains a distant promise for millions
Why we need to talk about the costs of mitigation
Data suggests freight rail is here to stay
Steep Drop in Coal Has Potential to Reshape American Trains