In 2019 alone, the worldwide scooter rental fleet has more than doubled from 25,000 to 66,000. More than 15,000 of those are in India.
Researchers at ETH Zurich used billions of traffic measurements to reveal a set of rules that enable us to easily estimate the critical number of vehicles, and by extension, the traffic c...
The industry that pioneered concepts like just-in-time manufacturing is bracing itself for another major shake-up with the rise of electric vehicles.
Serious aggravation of heart and lung disease, premature mortality and respiratory damage are among the health defects exaggerated by such bad air pollution.
Investor and activist pressure is prompting companies to look to speed up reducing the industry's 2.2% share of global carbon dioxide emissions.
From the involvement of big players to the game-changing potential of battery technology, the circular economy is still overhauling its thinking.
As California passes legislation limiting casual employment by tech companies, here's our round-up of news and analysis on what it means for the gig economy.
Machinery and electrical goods top the list of physical exports by value from the US, according to World Bank figures.
From gyrocopters to ekranoplans – a part-plane, part-hovercraft that can reach speeds of 550km/h – we have options to help us reduce carbon emissions. But do we have the political will?
The Indian government has set a target of 30% electric vehicle penetration by 2030. To achieve this, the collaboration of India's state governments will be key - which is why the World Ec...
The Dutch Prime Minister is just one of millions cycling to work in the country. Here he explains why it’s a nation of cyclists.
There is a fleet of 26 now circulating in the southwestern city of 2.5 million people.
What has to happen to help the shipping sector reduce its carbon emissions? The Global Maritime Forum’s Johannah Christensen explains.
Intelligent supply chains can track, trace and authenticate everything from coffee beans to catheters.
To build a low-carbon future, we need active collaboration between transport and energy professionals to prompt transformation, writes Nancy Vandycke.