Posts tagged with 'knowledge exchange'
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Improving Urban Climate Resilience in 2018 Requires More Data – and Urgency
Improving Urban Climate Resilience in 2018 Requires More Data – and Urgency
With the new year just starting, urban decision-makers are planning their 2018 to-do lists, and resilience is the perfect place to start. In 2017, natural disasters stole the show, flooding the headlines and trending on social media. More than 40 ...
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Traffic congestion in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. In Part II of our interview with Dr. V. Setty Pendakur, he discusses the exchange of transport-related knowledge and technology between developed and developing countries. Photo by Akshay Mahajan/lecercle.
Exchanging transport lessons between developed and developing countries: Q&A with Dr. V. Setty Pendakur, Part II
Last Tuesday on TheCityFix we shared Part I of our interview with Dr. V. Setty Pendakur, Founding Chair of the Transportation in Developing Countries committee at the Transportation Research Board (TRB). Last week, Dr. Pendakur discussed why sustainable transport is so ...
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Curitiba, Brazil: advancing a tradition of leadership in advanced bus systems. Photo by Robert Blackie.
30 years of transport in Latin America: 15 years back, 15 years ahead
Fifteen years ago, Latin America passed a tipping point on the road to becoming a global leader in advanced bus systems, proving that municipalities can inspire meaningful change through a combination of leadership, institutional support, and funding. Today, Latin America ...