“The world’s urban areas have a tremendous opportunity to contribute to solutions, and a unique capacity to implement change that would affect the large majority of the world’s population.” - Benoit Lefevre, Senior Associate for Transport and Climate, EMBARQ
Tags: climate action
Urbanization is one of the most significant modern-day phenomena and making urban transport more sustainable has become an urgent development priority. Six out of 10 people will live in cities by 2030.
- Press Release
The World Resources Institute, led by its sustainable transport center, EMBARQ, and the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) established a partnership today that will further their mutual goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from urban
The need for action on sustainable transport has never been more apparent than it is today.
The ability to accurately measure emissions in a city or a region plays an important role in developing climate action plans, as it can inform local officials on the total magnitude of emissions, as well as the contributions of different sectors and transport modes. In addition, transportation...