This European capital tried to fight climate change - but things didn't go as they'd hoped

14% of all greenhouse gases are generated from transportation. Image: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Tiago Ratinho

Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship, IÉSEG School of Management


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