Both OX and Planet42 are tech innovators helping Africans overcome underlying issues of transport inequality, whilst also improving economic outlooks.
The tourism sector has been one of the worst affected by the impacts of COVID-19. 63% of tourism experts believe that the sector won't fully recover until 2024.
Only 26.5 million Americans moved from one U.S. home to another between March 2020 and March 2021, according to the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey.
The aviation industry wants to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. In countries like India national biofuel policies can boost sustainable fuel production.
The main peak of the Annapurna massif is the most dangerous of the world's mountains, with a 29% fatality rate of everyone who tries to climb up it.
Aviation generates a billion tonnes of CO2 emissions every year. But new technologies are helping the industry prepare for a zero-carbon future.
The Omicron COVID-19 variant has shaken the travel and tourism industry. Here's what we know so far about Omicron and traveling safely this holiday season.
The business of making sustainable jet fuel is challenging. Harnessing the power of nature could be one solution to making hard-to-electrify transport sectors sustainable.
In Sweden, 80% of national flight emissions are caused by leisure and holiday travel, but new research shows a shift in the views on holidays by plane.
McKinsey experts discuss the future of mobility with affordable, safe and sustainable solutions for travel, and the possibility of autonomous flying taxis.
The United Nations tourism body called the tourism industry's recovery 'fragile' and 'slow', affecting some nations disproportionately to others.
Car use is expected to become increasingly prevalent in Asia over the next 30 years, with large inequalities in infrastructure between rural and urban areas driving motorization.
The transport sector's carbon emissions are expected to grow by 20% by 2050. An Oxford professor explains why decarbonizing the transport sector is so hard.
The airline industry is responsible for 3% of global carbon dioxide emissions, pledging to achieve net zero with sustainable aviation fuel and carbon offsets.