In Germany, 43 percent of men drive their own car to work compared to just 36 percent of women. Women are more likely to take public transport, says reporter Cristina Cubas, and men should follow suit!
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Cities around the world have been at a standstill, trying to stop the spread of COVID-19. But with lockdown measures gradually lifting, places like Brussels are trying a new climate-friendly approach to mobility.
Owning a car still means a lot to Germans, especially older people in rural areas. But what if the elderly are no longer able to drive? A village near Berlin is pondering alternatives, as Hardy Graupner reports.
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