Could designating city areas carbon emission free zones be key to the decarbonisation of urban mobility? In this episode, we talk to Arjan Orange, Rotterdam’s program manager for zero emission mobility, about the Netherlands’ approach to mobility decarbonisation and how they’re collaborating with a variety of stakeholders to make emission free zones reality.
Month: September 2022
What can EV adoption incentives learn from how we’ve subsidized industries in the past? In this episode, we speak with Luxembourg’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Mobility Francois Bausch, to learn more about Luxembourg’s approach to mobility decarbonisation and the surprising reason he thinks it’s just like cell phones.
What if there was an app on your phone that paid you in cryptocurrency every time you chose a lower-emissions mode of transportation? We sat down with Paulo Humanes, a Director at Portuguese Mobility Technology Development Center CEiiA, where they’re developing exactly that under the name AYR.
In an attempt to reduce methane emissions, California’s SB 1383 has mandated municipalities dramatically increase the amount of organic waste they compost. But responsibly composting at such a large scale takes energy. We spoke to Chris Seney of Republic Services about how their first of its kind solar powered compost facility in Chula Vista, California, could provide a carbon emissions free way to power composting’s expansion.