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The increase in cycling and space for cyclists during the COVID-19 pandemic presents an opportunity to rethink active mobility. This webinar will assemble a panel of global leaders to discuss the rise of cycling in their cities, how cycling can be a catalyst for change, and what the future holds for sustainable and safe mobility.

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The cities and communities responsible for consuming and setting clean energy targets have historically had little influence on their wholesale electricity markets’ policies and operations. That may change with the emerging PJM Cities and Communities Coalition, a growing coalition dedicated to removing and preventing barriers to decarbonization in the PJM territory.


This report investigated a comprehensive nationwide impact of dockless bike-share systems (DBS) in 12 Chinese cities found that the DBS systems work as a great last-mile urban mobility solution that can enhance the connectivity to public transit, replacing motorized trips as a zero-emission transport means, and improve public health.


The evidence on the science of pollution sources and the political economy of air quality action points to three steps that can help make a clean-air future a reality.

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The COVID-19 crisis has shown that effective public transport is vital to keeping cities running. Over the long term, public transport is one investment that can create jobs quickly while reducing carbon emissions, making roads safer and improving people’s access to their work and other opportunities.


The Tenth Session of the World Urban Forum (WUF10) is the premier international conference on cities and the first session to be held in the Middle East.


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