ASEAN countries are using innovative methods to measure and monitor plastics leakage on land and into rivers and regional seas. Globally successful examples of market-based instruments and…

Axel van Trotsenburg, Lim Jock Hoi |

Between the 1970s and 1998, the World Bank financed 100 sites and services projects in 53 countries. Now, could a second generation of sites and services projects be a solution for the housing…

Judy Baker, Sheila Kamunyori, Keziah Mwang’a |

In its latest online course, the Sustainable Mobility for All initiative (SuM4All) introduced some 600 transport leaders and practitioners to a broad range of tools that will help fast-track the…

Samuel Lee, Josephine Njoki Irungu |

There is a lot of excitement about electric vehicles and their potential to reduce transport emissions. But what does this all mean for developing countries?

Nancy Vandycke, Mark Howells |

Transport is a major contributor to Latin America's greenhouse gas emissions, but is also particularly vulnerable to the consequences of climate change. Cleaner and more resilient transport…

Franz Drees-Gross, Nicolas Peltier-Thiberge, Xavier Espinet |

Many Sub-Saharan Africa cities are developing Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) networks and some have struggled to attract private investment. How can we explain the commercial and financial struggles…

Hongye Fan, Edward Beukes, Xuanyi Sheng |

The rehabilitation of the health unit and the conversion of the main power supply to solar are among the local development schemes under the Pakistan Community Support Project (CSP), supported by…

Tariq Khan Afridi, Emcet O. Tas |

Megacities attract disproportionate attention and investments, yet most of the world’s population lives in intermediate cities of fewer than 500,000 people. How can we help those secondary cities…

María Catalina Ochoa, Jesse Harber |

Currently, only 3.3% of transport is powered by renewable sources. How can the transport and energy sectors coordinate more effectively to reduce emissions and protect the climate?

Jennifer Okaima Piette, Clotilde Rossi di Schio |

While China's vehicle fleet is growing rapidly, there is hope that the rise of electric mobility might help limit the environmental impact. But will that be enough?

Jung Eun “Jen” Oh |