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Ending Gridlock with Smarter Transportation

For cities to remain the engines of economic growth, there has to be a technological revolution in the way their transport works.

Two years ago, Bill Ford, chairman of Ford Motors, warned of “global gridlock” unless we developed a better connected, more intelligent transport system for our cities. Based on closer collaboration between carmakers, and greater use of technology, the system needed, he said, to link pedestrians, bicycles, cars and commercial and public transport as part of […]

Making Recycling and Efficiency Pay

Food, electronics and logistics companies are developing innovative recycling, reuse and efficiency programmes

The mantra of growth is central to modern business. The more sales companies can accrue, the more markets they can enter, the more customers they can win, and the healthier their bottom line. But there’s a catch: the world is a finite place, and the resources to make ever more products and sell ever more […]