Cities are responsible for a significant portion of greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change; but more importantly, they are also the key to solving this same challenge.
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Faced with rapid urbanization, Chinese cities, like many other cities around the world, are exploring sustainable development pathways for a more livable environment that supports economic growth and is environmentally responsible.
Smart Strategies for Private Vehicle Ownership and Usage in Chengdu is a transportation project of WRI China/EMBARQ China, funded by the Caterpillar Foundation. The working paper draws on the experience of Chinese and...
Editor’s note: In the article below, originally published on TheCityFix, EMBARQ Director
This presentation from Dr.
Update May 1, 2014: This webinar has been rescheduled to May 6, 2014, 8:00am EST.
This month saw the launch of the Transport Toolkit, a landmark web portal that gives urban planners and city leaders a six step framework, expert advice, and numerous best practices to help them innovate quickly and successfully to improve mass transport
The Transport Toolkit outlines a six step process to plan, finance and implement low emission transport systems, serving as a guide for planners and city leaders.