Twice a day, the world experiences a mass migration of people, moving in their hundreds of millions – if not billions – over distances that might span anything from a few hundred meters to a few hundred miles. We know it as the ‘commute’, and on top of being a huge logistical challenge for any country, it’s also bad for the environment.
But the commute is changing as eco-innovators find new methods to cut down on emissions and increase energy efficiency. Here are five ways the commute is turning electric and becoming less of an environmental drag.
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