5 ways to cut oil and gas use through clean transportation

Half of all trips should be made by cycling or walking by 2030 to control global warming, a report says. Image: Unsplash/Roman Koester

Siba El-Samra

Urban Mobility Associate for Health and Road Safety, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities

Claudia Adriazola-Steil

Acting Director of Urban Mobility, Director of Health & Road Safety, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities


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