“We need to boost public-transport supply and limit car use in order to reduce our emissions by 60% within 10 years”
Thursday 26 November 2020
Reducing our CO2 emissions by 60% within 10 years, as the European Parliament aims to do, requires an unprecedented modal shift. Jean Coldefy discusses the implications of such a goal, which requires boosting public-transport supply and limiting car use. Funding such a program implies a revolution in mobility pricing. Do politicians realize this, and how will they get citizens on board?
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