Michelin has always been committed to playing its part in designing the mobility of the future, not only as a leader in tire innovations but also as a global player actively involved in sustainable transportation solutions. It has been fulfilling its commitment through an open strategy including 300 research partnerships around the world, the launching in 1998 of the first Michelin Challenge Bibendum which has become 2017 Movin’on, the global summit for sustainable mobility, and the creation in 2014 of the Open Lab, an innovative and collaborative Think and Do Tank.
The World Cycling Alliance (WCA) is initiative from the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) to build a global network of non-governmental organizations with a substantial interest in promoting cycling as a sustainable mode of transport. The main objective of the network is not only to advocate for cycling within international institutions – such as UN, OECD/ITF, World Bank- but also to promote and support the exchange of knowledge, expertise and co-operation of cycling associations and organizations worldwide.
The Santiago Transport Green Zone (STGZ) is comprised of four specific initiatives to promote low carbon emission transport modes that would be implemented within a defined area in downtown of Santiago, Chile.
20 September 2013-Windhoek, Namibia
ITC carries out various research and educational projects in economically less developed countries.
Project services often serve as a follow-up to alumni and their organisations. Since the foundation of ITC, a variety of project assignments, more than 1000, were completed around the world. The majority of the projects emphasise institutional development and capacity building.
Since 1985, the Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) has been a recognized world leader in climate and air quality policy and is the only independent, nonprofit think tank working exclusively on those issues at the local, U.S. national and international levels.