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Electric vehicle push struggles to accelerate in Pakistan Imran Mukhtar
Armed with good data, engineers wage quiet battle for cleaner air Laurie Goering
Green transport to overtake cars in world's major cities by 2030 Sonia Elks
Solar energy on track to power London rail link by 2022 Lin Taylor
Flight shaming hits air travel as 'Greta effect' takes off Elena Berton
As UN climate talks near, host Chile charges up electric transport John Bartlett
Climate change: Are 'good' tipping points at hand? Laurie Goering
Can Dubai go green with flying taxis and 'rooms on wheels'? Umberto Bacchi
Flyers will pay more for carbon offsets but not tax, study finds Elena Berton
'Flight shaming' is in the air as UN summit faces climate crisis Sebastien Malo and Sonia Elks
Charging ahead? India's electric car revolution faces bumps Sujit Chakraborty
Asian cities turn to electric vehicles in anti-pollution drive Rina Chandran
Flight shame website spells out emissions toll on global climate Sebastien Malo
Bogota's solar-powered gondola gives slum dwellers a lift Anastasia Moloney
India to order taxi aggregators like Uber, Ola to go electric Reuters
Green machines? Flying taxis could slash emissions for long trips Sonia Elks
Foreign subsidies fuel Norway's e-car boom, for now Alister Doyle
Faster, cheaper, greener: Pakistanis turn to car-pooling service Imran Mukhtar
Costa Rica starts push for zero emissions by 2050 Sebastian Rodriguez
From transport to telecoms, construction urged to get climate-wise Megan Rowling
Long road ahead for Asian drivers revving up to go electric Michael Taylor
Electric cars key to cutting pollution - driver di Grassi Belinda Goldsmith
Brazil's bike-friendly beachfront city wins major award Gregory Scruggs
Bike theft puts the brakes on China's Mobike in Mexico City Reuters
Cheap rides at risk in drive to clean up Southeast Asia streets Rina Chandran
Costa Rica's new president promises plan to speed clean transport Sebastian Rodriguez
Indian cities look to bike sharing to put brakes on congestion Rina Chandran
Norway powers ahead: over half new car sales electric or hybrid Reuters
Costa Rica drives for a new green goal: electric transport Sebastian Rodriguez
Biofuels could cut transport emissions – but food may be at risk Maina Waruru
On Islamabad bike lanes, residents pedal towards a greener city Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio
Put people, not cars, first in transport systems - U.N. Megan Rowling
In fume-choked Kochi, a solar rickshaw glides to the rescue K. Rajendran
In traffic-choked Islamabad, residents pedal a new way of travel Saleem Shaikh
Cambodia eyes bright solar future with tuk-tuks and microfinance Astrid Zweynert
Student-built solar motorbikes hit the road in Kenya Leopold Obi
Solar-powered cars spark South Africans' interest in clean tech Munyaradzi Makoni
On the road to zero emissions, Bhutan hits a few bumps Saraswati Sundas
Shift to green transport makes city folk happier, richer Jake Lucas
Indian oil minister takes public transport to save energy Nita Bhalla
Moving Asian cities to public transport crucial - experts Amantha Perera
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