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Asia’s fast growing car-ownership levels are unsustainable. Do other possibilities exist?

Car ownership levels in the developed world have reached 800 per thousand people. While the number of vehicles across Asia increases dramatically each year, reaching western levels seems unsustainable in terms of air quality as well as environmental consequences. What are the best ideas that Asian cities can adopt to ensure efficient travel in healthy and liveable cities? As a billion people become city dwellers over the next few decades, can urban environments still allow for freedom of movement?

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" Electric Cars are Sexy. Energy Efficiency? Not So Much. And That’s a Problem"

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