Mark Watts, Executive Director of C40 Cities and Stephen Cotton, General Secretary of the ITF, explain why transport is fundamental to the world’s recovery from COVID-19, and call on governments to put transport networks first as the world begins to emerge from the pandemic.
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Greener transport is at the heart of many cities' plans to reduce emissions and stick to their end of the Paris Agreement.
World mayors pledge to set pollution reduction targets within two years that meet or exceed national commitments.
Bogotá, Bucaramanga, Cali, Montería, Tshwane, Quito, Curitiba, Quezon City, and Dar es Salaam will receive support in implementing sustainable projects.
The mayors of Paris, Copenhagen, Seoul and Medellín have called for vehicle manufacturers to stop producing petrol and diesel cars as soon as possible.
A new partnership aims to mobilise municipalities whilst deploying electric bus fleets, and will begin with Medellín, São Paulo and Mexico City.
Sharing knowledge and best practices will help increase the number of cities committed to explore divesting from fossil fuels.
The new street-by-street monitoring project is the result of a partnership between the Greater London Authority and C40 Cities…
New research from C40, released at the IPCC Cities Climate Science conference, has analysed city emissions from a different aspect, looking at the consumption of goods and services including transport, food, clothing and electronics…