COVID-19 Prompts Countries to Re-Think Transportation for Sustainability
The days of crowded streets, trains, planes, and platforms may be a thing of the past. The global pandemic caused millions of people to stay home, thus reducing carbon emissions from transportation. The good news is that some countries took notice, and decided to create alternative options for when we all go back to work! […]
Air Pollution Continues to Drop in a COVID-19 World
Millions of people globally have stopped using all modes of transportation, resulting in a steep reduction in emissions. This is good news for the environment and planet as a whole.
Airline Carbon Footprint Transparency
Today's global focus on COVID-19 and everyone is making the changes needed to slow the spread of this coronavirus. As a result, hundreds of thousands of people are cancelling or rescheduling their air travel. However, even with all the uncertainty and anxiety in the world right now, the attention to sustainability has not been lost. […]
Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Train Trend Grows Globally
In 2018, Germany launched the world's first hydrogen-power train. It's popularity has grown and now, and Alstom Transport, the manufacturers of the Coradia iLint train, has agreed to provide 14 more trains to Lower Saxony by 2021, and 27 to Hesse by 2022. Germany is not alone in it's adoption of sustainable transportation. The UK […]