#Transportation

  • Article: Sustainable Electric Bikes Are Helping Women Find Economic Empowerment in Rural Zimbabwe

    Sustainable Electric Bikes Are Helping Women Find Economic Empowerment in Rural Zimbabwe

    By Leah Rodriguez|May 27, 2020

    The bikes are saving women hours of walking and chores. Read more

  • Article: 7 Ways Countries Can Restart Their Economies to Fight Climate Change

    7 Ways Countries Can Restart Their Economies to Fight Climate Change

    By Joe McCarthy|May 1, 2020

    “We have to choose a new way forward.” Read more

  • Article: Cars Are a Major Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions — Some Cities Are Finally Taking Action

    Cars Are a Major Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions — Some Cities Are Finally Taking Action

    By Brandon Wiggins|March 24, 2020

    Barcelona, London, and Paris are some of the cities taking major strides in getting rid of cars. Read more

  • Article: This Entrepreneur Is Giving Recycled Bikes to Poor Students in His Native Myanmar

    This Entrepreneur Is Giving Recycled Bikes to Poor Students in His Native Myanmar

    By Gabrielle Deonath|June 7, 2019

    A nonprofit buys bikes from bike-share companies to provide transportation to school. Read more

  • Article: Paris Is Making Public Transit Free For Kids — and Low-Income Families Will Benefit

    Paris Is Making Public Transit Free For Kids — and Low-Income Families Will Benefit

    By Sophie Maes|Jan. 11, 2019

    Paris is the latest city to announce free and discounted transit for youth. Read more

  • Article: India's First Women-Run Train Station Is Shattering Stereotypes

    India's First Women-Run Train Station Is Shattering Stereotypes

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Oct. 15, 2018

    These women are pushing back on workplace stereotypes and setting an example. Read more

  • Article: Cape Town Wants to Build Affordable Housing Near Jobs to Fight Climate Change

    Cape Town Wants to Build Affordable Housing Near Jobs to Fight Climate Change

    By Carmen Singer|Thomson Reuters Foundation|Sept. 13, 2018

    The proposed homes would be built on land left undeveloped after apartheid. Read more

  • Article: This Taxi Service Is Making Transportation Accessible to São Paulo's Poorest

    This Taxi Service Is Making Transportation Accessible to São Paulo's Poorest

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Sophie Maes|Sept. 11, 2018

    Over half of São Paulo's population lives in slums called favelas. Read more