Lulu is a research analyst in the EMBARQ China office, where she supports sustainable transport efforts in Qingdao and Chengdu. Lulu previously worked in the public and private sectors in both developing and developed countries, involving regional travel demand modeling, transit-oriented...
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- Global Partnerships ManagerGlobal
Larissa Da Silva is the Global Partnerships Manager at the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. Ms. Da Silva has over 14 years of professional experience. Working in WRI Washington D.C. office since 2010, she has a successful track record of managing large-scale multinational and multi-...
January 16-17, 2014 // Transforming Transportation 2014, co-organized by EMBARQ and the World Bank, Washington, D.C. Karla Gonzalez, World Bank, presented key road safety facts.
January 16-17, 2014 // Transforming Transportation 2014, co-organized by EMBARQ and the World Bank, Washington, D.C. Robert Earley, Transport Program Manager, Clean Air Asia, presented on reducing the impact of transportation on air pollution in China through freight and logistics.
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Our mission is to catalyze and help implement environmentally, socially and financially sustainable urban transport and urban development solutions to improve quality of life in cities. Since 2002, the EMBARQ Network has worked globally with city and national governments, strategic partners,...
EMBARQ's mission is to catalyze and help implement environmentally, socially, and financially sustainable urban transport and urban development solutions to improve quality of life in cities. This brochure looks at six ways EMBARQ's work creates impact on the ground - lives saved, people served...
The World Resources Institute (WRI) and EMBARQ China are now professionally affiliated with the key government agency accountable for mitigating emissions from the transport sector in Beijing, China’s capital city.
December 10, 2013 // Webinar. Dario Hidalgo, EMBARQ’s Director of Research and Practice, presented a webinar on financing urban transport policies and programs.
Beijing has announced an effort to further constrict its vehicle quota control regulation in the hopes of curbing air pollution and traffic congestion in China’s capital city.