With COVID-19, many cities have rediscovered the benefits of cycling and walking. Can we sustain the enthusiasm for non-motorized transport beyond the pandemic?

Helena Goetsch, Tatiana Peralta Quiros |

Air conditioning and refrigeration are essential, but contribute significantly to climate change. To address this, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) is launching a new program to unlock…

Alzbeta Klein, William Sonneborn |

The average net benefit of investing US$1 in more resilient infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries is US$4.

Haris Sanahuja, Mirtha Escobar, Alonso Brenes |

Our assessment of India’s air quality trends has found another underlying and positive trend: air quality has been improving across the country since 2018, and this has nothing to do with the…

Urvashi Narain, Rochelle Glenene O'Hagan, Varun Kshirsagar, Emmanuel Skoufias |

In the face of the pandemic, walking and cycling have enjoyed renewed popularity. Could this be the beginning of a long-term transition to sustainable transport?

Arturo Ardila-Gomez |

Hear from Sofia Bettencourt, former Lead Adaptation Specialist for GFDRR, whose work has spanned participatory planning, institutional development, adaptation mainstreaming and coastal adaptation…

Sofia Bettencourt |

Currently, the focus of our entire world is on COVID-19, flattening the curve and trying to find a vaccine for this global pandemic. Under these circumstances, it is critical to continue to shed a…

Craig Hammer, Leslie Ricketts, Niharika Hanglem |

Instead of boosting private car use, the pandemic should prompt cities to double down on sustainable transport investment: public transport, cycling, and walking can provide great ways of getting…

Arturo Ardila-Gomez |