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Austin’s New Mobility Resolution project is redesigning the city for mobility and attracting smart industry movers.
Why Austin, Texas is poised to be the next mobility hub
Comments Off on Clean transportation drives ahead with electric vehicles
Major automakers race to adapt to shared-car demand, startups compete for the smart mobility wave and data concerns speed up.
Clean transportation drives ahead with electric vehicles
Comments Off on Why automotive technology is going from 0 to 60 in 2017
Gear up: This year’s CES technology conference in Las Vegas was overrun with self-driving cars and EVs.
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From self-driving Ubers to the battle brewing over the next Tesla, the mobility revolution is poised to come to a head this year.
Comments Off on Mahindra and Oakland make a bet on urban mobility with the GenZe
Mahindra is launching a $3,000 electric scooter in a city that wants credit for the cutting edge of sustainability.
Comments Off on After $500M Lyft bet, GM chases sustainable self-driving cars
General Motors Executive Director of Urban Mobility Peter Kosak weighs in on the automaker’s future in transportation tech.
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After $500M Lyft bet, GM chases sustainable self-driving cars
Comments Off on Episode 12: The future of green design, from 3D printing to buildings
Shock-proof infrastructure, nature-inspired advanced manufacturing and… a trip to Disney World? Don’t miss this week’s edition of the GreenBiz 350 podcast.
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Episode 12: The future of green design, from 3D printing to buildings
Comments Off on What’s left in the wake of South Africa’s abandoned gold mines
Thousands of abandoned gold mines are scattered across South Africa, polluting the water with toxics and filling the air with noxious dust. For the millions of people who live around these derelict sites, the health impacts can be severe.
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What’s left in the wake of South Africa’s abandoned gold mines
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Comments Off on World’s First ‘Bionic Leg’ Helps People Learn to Walk Again
Losing the ability to walk is a big deal that can affect a person’s life in so many ways, but a new device is helping people who have an injured limb to regain their mobility. According to the Telegraph , the world’s first ‘bionic leg’ is a device that straps to the leg of injured patients and can take their weight, allowing them to sit, stand and walk – even up and down stairs. The device, made by California-based AlterG , is a battery-powered physiotherapy device that provides support to people with leg injuries, strokes and other mobility impairments so they can regain coordination and rebuild their muscles. Read the rest of World’s First ‘Bionic Leg’ Helps People Learn to Walk Again Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alterg , bionic , device , injury , leg , mobility , patient , physiotherapy , Technology , walk
Another look at the biggest trends in sustainable business in 2012 reveal how smart transportation systems of tomorrow may derail some of today's most entrenched social norms — namely, the rite of passage known as car ownership.
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Sustainable Mobility Hits the Road