Shifting gears for sustainable transport

A farmer carrying her produce to the local market, a ship being loaded with medical supplies, a child seated on a school bus – the movement of people and goods from point A to point B, whether going from a village to a town or across a continent or ocean, shapes sustainable development.

Sustainable transport – with its objectives of universal access, enhanced safety, reduced environmental and climate impact, improved resilience, and greater efficiency – is the focus of the 2nd Global Sustainable Transport Conference to be held in Beijing, China from 14 to 16 October.


Shifting gears for sustainable transport

RouteZero & COP26: UN Sustainable Transport Conference, 2021, Beijing

Using the latest tech to decarbonize transport: Q&A with Alex Mitchell of the LA Cleantech Incubator

The future of electric autonomous cars: Q&A with Robert Falck of Einride

Scaling up green fuels in shipping: Q&A with Johannah Christensen of the Global Maritime Forum

How policy & tech must work together for sustainable transport: Q&A with Mohamed Mezghani of UITP

Ride-sharing as part of sustainable transport: Q&A with Aishwarya Raman, Ola Mobility Institute

Improving road safety in developing countries: Q&A with Jean Todt, UN Special Envoy for Road Safety