Transport and climate change: impact and solutions for clean mobility
Data for Climate Action: the Resilient Sydney Platform
Energy Resilience across the Resilient Cities Network
Places that are reconsidering electric vehicles
Communities Achieving a Net-Zero World
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Electric cars and on-street charging: how to overcome this problem?
Berlin citizens propose the largest car-free area in the world
Sustainable aviation fuel: Working towards a greener future
25 cities are driving urban greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, says new study
Smart mobility: definition, solutions and all you need to know
Turning Climate Action Risks into Opportunities
Port cities are key to reducing maritime carbon emissions
The City of Sydney Has Committed to a Net Zero Carbon Emission Target by 2035
These Dutch Cities Will Allow Only Zero-Emission Deliveries by 2025
By focusing on Smart City and Green Deal the city would connect local projects to reduce CO2 emissions
Will global warming ‘stop’ as soon as net-zero emissions are reached?
In defence of net zero
It’s time to abandon business intelligence tools
Path to net zero: Climate change takes center stage at more US oil companies
Microsoft, Accenture tag team to reduce the UK’s carbon footprint
Google: We eliminated our 'entire carbon legacy' to fight climate change
From ambition to impact: How companies are reducing emissions at scale with science-based targets
Solar trains: what are they and how do they work?
Bill Gates: ‘Carbon neutrality in a decade is a fairytale. Why peddle fantasies?’
City of Gothenburg in Sweden to Develop the First Zero-Emission Zone in the World
An Architecture Firm’s Push to Build Net-Zero Apartments—on a Budget
Study warns U.S. cities may be dramatically underestimating their carbon footprints — some by as much as 145%
Saudi Arabia is Building a Zero-Carbon City With No Cars or Pollution: ‘A new era of civilization’