To meet the mobility demands of the future without increasing congestion and pollution calls for some major changes.
As the dawn of electrification and the early history of computing show, pioneering technology means little without the right mindset to apply it.
Electric vehicles have no real engine sound, so car manufacturers are making their own.
US fuel taxes raise more that $80 billion dollars per year and cover around 75% of road construction and maintenance costs. But how much will electric cars affect this?
Oil and gas companies are investing heavily in EV charging companies.
An estimated 90% of all world trade is facilitated by maritime shipping. This is where the action is.
Hydrogen produced using clean energy could provide 18% of our energy needs by 2050. Building the necessary infrastructure will require global cooperation across sectors - and it has alrea...
The new approach will see deliveries tracked via blockchain, allowing issues such as E. coli outbreaks to be easily traced and dealt with.
Battery technology has a huge role to play in the transition to a low-carbon energy system. Momentum is building - but there are challenges to overcome, too.
The world is making progress on deforestation - but we are still losing the battle. Could a new landscape-based approach to protecting our forests be the answer?
Creating a circular economy for plastics will depend on new business models and innovation to transform consumer packaged goods. Here's how that could work
Online retail has changed the way the world does business, and as the sector continues to grow so do its environmental responsibilities. How can e-commerce companies become more sustainable?
Adopting Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies will help businesses achieve sustainable growth, creating greater value through faster design, novel products, reduced risks and elimina...
Correcting misperceptions about the scale of global interconnections can help assuage concerns about globalization and foster a more constructive, fact-based discourse.
Implementing bike lanes and better building codes could bring world cities more than $580 billion in benefits, researchers say.