The city of Braunschweig in Germany is introducing a public transport system run on clean energy. Locals can now ride on electric buses which use induction technology. For environmentalists, it’s a model for the future.
Today, half the world's electric cars are on Chinese roads: the country is set on becoming the world's technology and market leader. Germany, as a leading research location, could profit greatly from that ambition.
Berlin Mayor Michael Müller has been accused of blocking a new cycling bill that could drastically cut the city's carbon footprint. Urban traffic is considered one of the world's biggest polluters.
Transportation is a basic element of our lives, but also a major source of emissions. E-mobility is spreading around Europe as an alternative to fossil-fuel-powered vehicles - but financial challenges remain.
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