Posts tagged with 'developing nations'
Big Changes Are Needed for More Sustainable, Inclusive Transport
Big Changes Are Needed for More Sustainable, Inclusive Transport
In the global conversation around decarbonizing transport, the spotlight on electric vehicles has never shone brighter. The EV revolution is underway, with consumers embracing them in record numbers and manufacturing ramping up around the world. And yet, electric vehicles will ...
Photo by Hector Rios, EMBARQ Mexico.
Developing countries as junker graveyards: the global cost of used cars
Remember that 1994 blue minivan that your mom used to pick you up from school in? Well, chances are that gas-guzzling, oil-burning junker is probably still chugging along south of the U.S. border, maybe hauling around a Mexican family in ...
New Report: Cities Respond to Climate Change
New Report: Cities Respond to Climate Change
Columbia University, in partnership with the City University of New York, published a new report, “Climate Change and Cities,” detailing the risks global cities face as a result of a warming world. The report is meant to serve as a ...
Multinational Companies Target Developing Cities for Increased Profits
Multinational Companies Target Developing Cities for Increased Profits
A recent article in Forbes highlighted the role that multinational companies play in improving quality of life for the lowest-income neighborhoods of developing countries. The rapid growth of cities and the expanding informal housing sections have proven to be a ...
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