SLoCaT Annual Meeting 2018

In line with the tradition of the SLoCaT Partnership, our Annual Meeting took place on Monday January 8, 2018 at the World Resources Institute (WRI) Office in Washington DC, from 5pm to 8pm followed by a Members Networking reception. More than 40 SLoCaT member SLoCaT Partnership participated the meeting in person and remotely to review SLoCaT’s work in 2016-2017 and also discuss the priorities for coming year.  

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SLoCaT Annual Meeting 2017

In line with the tradition of the SLoCaT Partnership, our Annual Meeting took place on Monday January 9, 2017 at the EMBARQ/WRI Office in Washington DC, from 5pm to 8pm followed by a reception. All members of the SLoCaT Partnership were invited to attend the Annual meeting and the reception. The annual meeting provided opportunities for members to review the SLoCaT Partnership’s mid-year report for the SLoCaT Work Program 2016-2017 an

SLoCaT Partnership Welcomes New Board of Directors

Two years after its establishment the SLoCaT Partnership welcomes a new Board of Directors. The new Board, which consists of 13 persons includes 5 of the initial Board members, 4 newly elected Board members and 4 appointed, independent Board members.  With the incoming new Board, the SLoCaT Board also welcomes the two new co-Chairs Amy Kenyon of Ford Foundation and Holger Dalkman from the World Resources Institute Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. 

SLoCaT Reviews Megatrends in Transport and Future Directions

31 January 2013: A review document by the Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) considers megatrends in transport, the Partnership’s effectiveness towards realizing its objectives, and future directions. The review document was prompted by the 2009 Partnership mandate to review progress within three years of its establishment.

SLoCaT Partnership push to achieve sustainable transport enabling universal access to safe, clean, and affordable mobility

On October 30th the world welcomed Danica May Camacho as the world’s 7th billion inhabitant. She joined the world in Manila, one of the fastest growing megacities in the world. Manila typifies in many respects what is wrong with transport in developing countries. Streets that are choked with cars, motorcycles and other vehicles that make it unsafe for children like Danica to breathe the air or cross the streets.