Making the move to more sustainable mobility – three steps for companies 

By shaping the mobility of their employees and their products, companies can shape mobility on a larger scale. Image: Viktor Kern/Unsplash

Marcela Guerrero Casas

Co-Founder and Associate, Open Streets Cape Town

Clarisse Cunha Linke

Brazil Director, Institute for Transportation & Development Policy


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Accelerating Climate Action

Global metro ridership (in millions). Encouraging the use of shared public transportation is just one way to make mobility more sustainable. Image: CityLab

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