Urban population in developing nations is projected to continue to grow, adding 2.5 billion people to the world’s cities by 2050, with nearly 90 per cent of the increase concentrated in Asia and Africa. By then,…Read More
Share the Road programme has collaborated with World Resources Institute (WRI) to support the government of Mexico develop non-motorized transport policies in the cities of Aguascalientes and Oaxaca.
In recent…Read More
Mobility is a key feature of modern society, and advancements in transportation technology have been an important driver for social and economic development, since the first steam locomotives started transporting…Read More
Non-motorized transport offers basic mobility, affordable transport, access to public transport and health benefits. Improving the convenience, comfort and safety of walking and cycling reduces the demand for…Read More
Public transport contributes approximately 25% of all energy related CO2 emissions worldwide. Electric public transport is a super solution that could reduce 250 million tones of carbon emissions by 2030 and it has…Read More
2019 Young Champion of the Earth for Asia and the Pacific, Sonika Manadhar created the Green Energy Mobility (GEM) platform in her country of Nepal.Read More
Bright lights brighten up the buzzing streets of Kathmandu at night. Markets spin with people, traffic weaving in and out of fabric shop fronts laden with orange, blue and turquoise clothes and wraps.
Sonika Manandhar from Nepal wins the prestigious Young Champions of the Earth Prize for Asia and the Pacific for honing big data to make electric transport more efficient and accessible, especially for women. …Read More
The global transport sector accounts for almost one quarter of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions, and this proportion is rising. An estimated 3.7 million premature deaths are attributed to ambient (outdoor)…Read More
Strolling through the streets of Zambia’s capital, Lusaka, the first thing that strikes you is the hustle of people walking. This is not surprising, considering that 65 per cent of people walk as their daily mode…Read More