Posts tagged with 'finance'
Gangding Station in Guangzhou, China. Photo by Benjamin/Flickr. Cropped.
Live from Transforming Transportation: Integrated Mobility / Managing Governance
EMBARQ, the sustainable urban transport and urban development program of the World Resources Institute (WRI), and the World Bank are co-organizing Transforming Transportation on January 16 and 17 in Washington, D.C. Join the conversation on social media with hashtag #TTDC14, by following @EMBARQNetwork and @wbsustaindev on Twitter, ...
Metro construction in Mysore, India. Photo by Samuel Raj/Flickr.
The trillion dollar question: Where does transport investment come from?
How much money is spent on global transport systems? And where is this money coming from? These are critical questions: The world’s cities will add 274,000 people every day for the next 30 years, and urban leaders are currently grappling ...
China Transportation Briefing: Filling the Finance Gap
China Transportation Briefing: Filling the Finance Gap
Our monthly China Transportation Briefing shares interesting news and noteworthy research related to China’s transportation and urban development. The goal is to help people who are interested in solving China’s urbanization and transportation problems understand relevant Chinese policies and trends. Each issue ...
Watch Today's Webinar on Climate Finance in Mexico
Watch Today's Webinar on Climate Finance in Mexico
This post was originally published on EMBARQ.org. The Center for Sustainable Transport in Mexico (CTS-México), a member of the EMBARQ network (the producer of this blog), is hosting a Spanish-language webinar today at 3:30 p.m. CDT about  nationally financing climate change actions in ...
Updates on Latin America Carbon Finance
Updates on Latin America Carbon Finance
The 2011 Latin American Carbon Forum wrapped up in San Jose, Costa Rica last week. The forum was created as a platform to discuss the global carbon market and present policy analysis for climate change mitigation. The event was also ...
Eliminating Fossil Fuel Subsidies to Curb Climate Change
Eliminating Fossil Fuel Subsidies to Curb Climate Change
A recently leaked draft of a report by the World Bank recommends rich countries eliminate fossil fuel subsidies in order to provide financial assistance to developing countries in their struggle to address climate change. The confidential document—available through The Guardian—is a ...
New Bike-Powered Phone Charger Could Encourage Sustainable Micro-Business
New Bike-Powered Phone Charger Could Encourage Sustainable Micro-Business
Microfinanciers may soon have a new market in developing countries:  aspiring cycling cell phone chargers. On Thursday, June 3, Nokia Oyj released a bicycle-powered phone charger, which charges your phone as you ride. The complete charge kit comes with a ...
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