Mobility

3 surprising reasons why cities are struggling to slash emissions

We need a standardised approach for accounting and reporting the carbon emission intensity of urban mobility in cities. Image: REUTERS/Nick Carey.

Adam Gromis

Public Policy Manager, Sustainability & Environmental Impact, Uber Technologies

Maya Ben Dror

Industry Manager, Automotive and New Mobility, World Economic Forum Geneva

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