The public transport sector demonstrated that it has both the will and the means to act on climate change
This week all eyes will be on New York as world leaders from the fields of government, finance, business and civil society conv
UITP and others organised a side event during the first Habitat III Preparatory Committee meeting in New York on 17 September.
On the eve of the UN Climate Summit in New York, Alain Flausch, UITP Secretary General and Gunnar Heipp, Chair of the UITP Sust
The Zero Emission Urban Bus System (ZeEUS) projects calls for observed demonstrations.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has invited world leaders from the fields of government, finance, business and civil society a
UN Secretary-General has announced the names of the 12 members of his High-level Advisory Group (...)
Our Climate Your Commitment: more than 60 of our members have submitted their plans to date.
The deadline is fast approaching: you have until 31 July 2014 to apply!
Editorial by Alain Flausch, UITP Secretary General.
More public transport companies have been added to the growing list of organisations who are telling us about their climate commitments.
According to a new study from the European Commission, Europeans are broadly satisfied with urban public transport.
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