Technological Transformation

7 reasons why global transport is so hard to decarbonize

Many developed countries are firmly locked into high-carbon infrastructures and lifestyles. Image: Unsplash/Denys Rodionenko

Christian Brand

Associate Professor, Transport, Energy & Environment, Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford

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Emissions from the transport sector are still expected to grow by 20% by 2050. Image: Our World In Data

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