Posts tagged with 'developing countries'
3 Essentials to Make Climate Action Stick
3 Essentials to Make Climate Action Stick
The last decade was defined by commitments to tackle the climate crisis. It began with a slow trickle and ended in a torrent of countries, cities and companies announcing goals to end deforestation, shift away from coal, transition to electric vehicles and ...
Stories To Watch: A Deeper Dive Into Electric Mobility [PODCAST]
Stories To Watch: A Deeper Dive Into Electric Mobility [PODCAST]
One of the biggest challenges of a transition to a low-carbon world is to change the way we get around. Electrifying transport is a key element of this, but it’s about far more than selling electric cars and installing charging ...
As Mobility Undergoes a Revolution, 'There Is No Turning Back': Transforming Transportation 2022
As Mobility Undergoes a Revolution, ‘There Is No Turning Back’: Transforming Transportation 2022
Visit transformingtransportation.org to watch full sessions from the conference. And join the conversation on Twitter with #TTDC22.  After COP26, transport has reached an important milestone in the global climate conversation. The electric revolution is underway and it’s now a centerpiece ...
COP26: Key Outcomes From the UN Climate Talks in Glasgow
COP26: Key Outcomes From the UN Climate Talks in Glasgow
The long-awaited COP26 climate summit in Glasgow has come to a close, making important progress in a number of areas — but not enough. The world still remains off track to beat back the climate crisis.   Recognizing the urgency ...
Lax Regulation Doesn’t Fully Explain Unsafe Buildings in African Cities: A View from Ghana
Lax Regulation Doesn’t Fully Explain Unsafe Buildings in African Cities: A View from Ghana
Incidents of building collapse are worryingly common in large African cities. One study counted 54 building collapse deaths and 122 injuries in Kampala, Uganda, between 2004 and 2008. Another identified 112 cases in Lagos, Nigeria, from 1978 to 2008. Cities in Ghana and Kenya, ...
Brazil’s rising traffic fatalities show the need for traffic calming measures on roadways, and infrastructure that promotes pedestrian safety and well-being. Photo by Gerden van Heijningen/Flickr.
As Europe’s traffic fatalities drop, Brazil’s soar
Traffic safety improvements in Europe are being hailed as one of the greatest advances for the region in the past decade. Europe should be proud of its success: since 2010, there have been 17% fewer deaths on the continent’s roads. ...
Road safety auditing in Rio de Janeiro. Photo by Mariana Gil/EMBARQ Brazil.
The nuts and bolts of a road safety audit
Although many people want to help improve road safety around the world, few actually know the nuts and bolts of accomplishing this goal. Wilson Arias-Rojas, Civil Engineer and Surveyor with 17 years of experience working for the Department of Justice ...
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