Transport for 1.5

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

Moves by other countries to impose higher tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles could benefit Australians shopping for a new car.

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With proper planning, laws and initiatives, urban commuters can be persuaded to switch from four wheels to two.

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Road emissions are the leading contributor to transport emissions across the Indo-Pacific, surpassing those from shipping and aviation.

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Many cities in the Indo-Pacific have public transport stops close to at least half of their populations, but wider access remains a challenge.

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India faces a massive challenge to steer its transport sector toward being carbon neutral by 2050. Here’s what can be done.

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By making walkability a central component of how we design our cities, we can create vibrant, inclusive and environmentally sustainable urban landscapes.

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Addressing the carbon footprint of transport is critical to achieving the target of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.

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Zero-emissions vehicles would need to hit 73 percent of new light vehicle sales by 2030 to keep transport emissions aligned to limiting warming to 1.5 degrees.

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