April 27, 2017
In order to cope with increasing demands on transportation systems while reducing environmental impact and improving residents’ quality of life, cities around the world have engaged in a race of sorts – the race to become the world’s first city with a zero emissions transportation system.
The Center for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) has created a report, sponsored by Qualcomm Technologies, which ranks 35 global cities based on their level of progress and reveals which is closest to becoming emissions free.
This webinar features an overview of the report’s key findings by its authors, Cebr’s Nina Skero and Jack Coy, with additional insight from Graeme Davison of Qualcomm Europe.
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How are the world’s cities working to reduce transport emissions? by Nina Skero, Managing Economist and Jack Coy, Economist, Center for Economics and Business Research (Cebr)
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