Some cities in China's Belt and Road Initiative are better connected than others. Who are they, how did they achieve this, and could others follow suit?
Supply chain issues have been made much worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many problems have presented themselves as a result, putting pressure on business.
The supply chain crisis gives us a glimpse of the potential impact of climate change. Increasing resilience will mean investing in new infrastructure.
Global shipping pressures are easing after many pandemic-related factors caused shipping costs to increase significantly over the past year.
From new COVID variants to a supply chain crisis, the pandemic recovery has started to stall. Here's how to get progress towards a sustainable future back on track
The supply chain is now a key focus of the C-suite after the pandemic caused turmoil amid record freight rates, shipping delays and equipment shortages.
What changes to supply chains will 2022 bring? Business leaders explain the importance of building resilient and sustainable supply chains post-pandemic.
Researchers have looked into the extent to which electric car owners are able to charge their vehicles with power from their own photovoltaics system.
Green corridors offer a way to scale zero-emission shipping industry solutions to meet climate targets by 2050. We examine how two trade routes could work.
60 supply chain leaders explain what could have been done differently: Some of the biggest lessons centre on new skills and new managerial thinking.
Parcel delivery saw a huge increase during the pandemic. Could self-driving vehicles help the sector become more efficient and reduce its ecological footprint?
Rail freight can achieve climate neutrality without the need for additional infrastructure and consumes six times less green energy than road transport.
Data from the U.S. Bureau of Transportation shows how breakthroughs in car safety have drastically reduced the number of deaths in motor vehicle collisions.
McKinsey experts discuss the future of mobility with affordable, safe and sustainable solutions for travel, and the possibility of autonomous flying taxis.
Car use is expected to become increasingly prevalent in Asia over the next 30 years, with large inequalities in infrastructure between rural and urban areas driving motorization.