Urban cable cars are not just for tourists

Urban cable cars are not just for tourists

By  Jana BIROSCAKOVA In 2004, Medellín, Colombia’s second largest city and formerly also the most dangerous one in the world, opened the first urban cable car. It connected the most menacing and excluded parts of the metropolis, situated in mountains, with the centre,...
Bicycle repair workshops in Prisons

Bicycle repair workshops in Prisons

A second chance for everyone By Federico Ocampo & Juan Cruz Gregorini of VOY EN BICI Argentina Context People are constantly busy, so a pause helps us to re-launch with greater clarity. The Covid-19 pandemic gave us an excellent opportunity to rethink our means of...
No sustainable mobility for the poor?

No sustainable mobility for the poor?

by Sweekrity Goyal With 20% of the world’s carbon emissions stemming from the mobility sector, it is crucial to consider mobility when working towards a net zero target for 2050. European decarbonisation efforts have been promising in incorporating greener, safer and...
15-minute delivery in the 15-minute city

15-minute delivery in the 15-minute city

This blog was written by Himanshu Raj, Officer, Sustainable Mobility at ICLEI World Secretariat. From Paris to Buenos Aires to Melbourne, many cities around the world are following a trendy planning model of 15-minute cities emphasizing walkability and accessibility....