Sustainable Mobility: Ages 11-14Updated on 07.26.2023
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You’ve probably heard about “green mobility”. It means walking, biking, scootering, roller-skating and other ways of getting around that aren’t powered by an engine. Green mobility is just one part of what’s known as “sustainable mobility”. This is a more general term covering transportation options that don’t use a lot of energy, don’t emit much carbon dioxide, don’t require too much heavy-duty manufacturing and can be taken by a large number of travelers. Come with us as we take a closer look.
What Is Mobility?
The many different modes of transportation – road, rail, air, river and sea – require an equally wide range of energy sources: coal yesterday; oil, electricity and gas today; and hydrogen tomorrow. Use this simple, to-the-point infographic to get your bearings and find all the main figures for the industry. Armed with this knowledge of the current situation, you’ll be able to understand what transportation will – or should – be like in a more environmentally friendly future.
Sustainable Mobility: The Challenges of Tomorrow
As with all projects, it is important to set clear objectives before defining how to achieve them.
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