The concept of Mobility as a Service (or MaaS) is well known in the transit industry.
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Environmental sustainability is a hot corporate trend right now, with one company after another banning plastic straws, offsetting carbon emissions, and taking other steps toward being better planetary stewards.
Our use of data is subject to what we call the "drunk under the streetlamp" problem: An obviously intoxicated man is on his hands and knees on the sidewalk, under a streetlamp.
The mobility arms race (both scooter and bike sharing) is already starting to see some fallout. You could call it the natural adjustment that happens after an influx of money is pumped into a new and rapidly growing market.
Over the last few decades, plastic has made life easier for many of us. It is durable and relatively inexpensive, and in many cases, plastic devices such as IV bags and syringes have saved lives.
A company's culture isn’t defined merely by ping-pong tables and free lunches; employees want to feel like part of something bigger. T
Did you read about Burberry’s recent bad press? The British luxury fashion brand received significant criticism for physically destroying about $38 million worth of unsold clothing, accessories and perfume last year to protect its brand.
Disruption. Risk. Resilience. Buzzwords become buzzworthy for a reason. If you’re not paying close attention to how a changing world will reshape your business — perhaps, even, the global economy — you’re not positioning yourself or your organization for leadership, let alone sustainability in the conventional sense of the word.
A new startup has launched an app that cities could use to reward users for engaging in sustainable transportation.
Some cities, such as San Francisco, can feel overrun by Uber drivers. Around my neighborhood, it's not uncommon to see multiple Uber drivers double-parked and idling on a single block.