• EMBARQ Director Holger Dalkmann introduces a vision for the future of sustainable transport and improving quality of life in cities, as EMBARQ celebrates its 10-year anniversary. The following is a letter from EMBARQ’s 10-year report, "20 Years of EMBARQ: Celebrating the Past 10, Setting a Vision for the Next 10".

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  • 17th January 2012, Mumbai: EMBARQ India was invited to participate in a workshop to provide specific strategic advice into four proposals for implementation by the Mumbai Transformation Support Unit (MTSU), a state government think tank formed to deliberate on various urban issues and development projects for the city of Mumbai.

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  • EMBARQ India’s Director Madhav Pai spoke at a panel discussion on “Towards Sustainable Cities” organized by The School of Habitat Studies of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai, on 20th December 2011. The other speakers were Awadhendra Sharan (Senior Fellow, CSDS, New Delhi), Debi Goenka (Environmental Activist, Mumbai) and Leo Saldhana (Environmental Activist, ESG, Bangalore).

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  • A new collaboration to optimize city bus operations in Mexico, Brazil and India was announced today by FedEx Corp. and EMBARQ, the World Resources Institute’s center for sustainable transport.

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  • This post originally appeared on FedEx's EarthSmart blog.

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  • Photo by Ernie.

    The Caterpillar Foundation today announced a five-year, $12.5 million grant to the World Resources Institute (WRI) to advance the progress of environmentally sustainable and livable cities in China, India, and Brazil.

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  • EMBARQ Director Holger Dalkmann presents at the 10th World Metropolis Congress. Photo by EMBARQ Brasil.

    Transport experts invited by EMBARQ Brasil participated in "Cities and the Third Sector: EMBARQ Partnership Model for Sustainable Mobility" at the 10th Metropolis World Congress on November 24 in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

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  • The EMBARQ network is pleased to host a panel, “Municipal Governments and the Third Sector: EMBARQ Partnership Model for Sustainable Mobility," at the 10th Metropolis World Congress, in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

    EMBARQ experts will discuss a model of decentralized cooperation with governments from cities around the world to advance sustainable mobility and quality of life. Government partners from Brazil, India and Mexico will also share their experiences.

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  • Experts discuss Mumbai's transportation in the context of social equity, safety and the environment. Photo by Jerry H.

    EMBARQ India, in partnership with Observer Research Foundation (ORF) and Mumbai Environmental Social Network (MESN), organized a day-long roundtable discussion, “Moving People – Not Cars,” on November 12 in Mumbai.

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