Maya Ben Dror

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

Dr Ben Dror has over a decade and a half of global work experience in public, private and third sector settings focused on clean-tech and sustainable transportation. At the World Economic Forum, Maya leads Sustainable Automotive and Mobility work, including the Global New Mobility Coalition, the scaling automotive fleet and infrastructure finance, the Circular Cars Initiative, electrifying India and emerging Markets, and sustainable last mile ecosystem. Maya further initiated the Forum’s AV Policy Framework work in partnership with Israel’s Centre for the Forth Industrial Revolution at Innovation Authority in partnership with Israel’s Ministry of Transport. Previously, Maya was a Director at the Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation (iCET), where she initiated and led successful projects such as China’s adoption of the ZEV-credits mandate. As a Global Corporate Strategy and Development Associate at Better Place, Maya formed multi-stakeholder partnerships for accelerating EV adoption. Maya served as Israel’s Trade Officer to China, where she facilitated numerous bilateral exchanges and investments. Maya holds a PhD in dynamic transportation policy and technology transition from Israel Institute of Technology (Technion), M.S. in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford, and B.S. in Economics and East Asian Studies from the Hebrew University (cum laude).

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アフターコロナの世界における、レジリエントで持続可能な都市のモビリティのため、継続されるべきトレンド

新型コロナウイルス感染拡大によるロックダウン措置への当初の対応は、モビリティスの分野で驚くべき進歩をもたらしました。ロックダウンにより、車の渋滞は減少し、徒歩と自転車での移動が奨励されるようになり、二酸化炭素排出量も最小限に抑えられました。そしてすぐに、政府、民間のモビリティサービス提供者、公共交通機関の間のユニークなパートナーシップが見られるようになりました。

03 Jul 2020
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