Posts in the 'Energy + Climate Change' category
Q & A with Erin Cooper: Winner of the Fred Burggraf Award
Q & A with Erin Cooper: Winner of the Fred Burggraf Award
An international team led by Erin Cooper, Research Analyst for EMBARQ, won The Fred Burggraf Award for excellence in transportation research by researchers 35 years of age or younger. Photo by the World Resources Institute. What led you and your ...
India's diesel consumption on the rise
Debunking India's diesel consumption mystery
Sudhir Gota, a 2013 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship recipient, reports on the Indian government’s misleading statistics on diesel consumption and CO2 emissions in transport. Photo by Sudhir Gota. India’s love for diesel in the transport sector is over! At least, ...
Coils under the pavement keep Gumi, Korea's buses moving
Coils under the pavement keep Gumi, Korea's buses moving
Boy rides a public bus in Seoul. Photo by Andrew Griffith. Buses are the main public transit mode worldwide. In the U.S. alone, there are roughly six billion bus trips per day. Most of these run on diesel fuel, a ...
Beijing bans street barbeques in effort to improve air quality
Beijing bans street barbeques in effort to improve air quality
Banning street barbecues is Beijing’s latest effort at improving air quality. Photo by Kaj17. Given China’s population growth, and rapid urbanization, Beijing is on its way to becoming a super city – a city with a population greater than 20 ...
Friday Fun: Take to the Streets!
Friday Fun: Take to the Streets!
Tomorrow, New York City’s Park Avenue will be turned into a cyclovia. Photo by Asterix611. Tomorrow, seven miles of Manhattan’s Park Avenue, stretching from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park, will be filled with people, not cars. For three Saturdays ...
Environmentally friendly traffic jams?
Environmentally friendly traffic jams?
Amsterdam is frequently cited as having the best bicycling infrastructure in the world. Photo by Ronel Reyes. Traffic and congestion is a common sight during rush hours around the world. After battling through hours of traffic, the hunt for a ...