Since the COVID-19 lockdowns forced the world to cut back on travel, global carbon emissions have nosedived. But experts warn this unprecedented decline in CO2 output is unlikely to last.
Barring major social, economic, and political action, as countries reopen, road transport activity is expected to come roaring back—and, along with it, carbon pollution.
Join us next Thursday for the latest edition of our webinar: Can We Avoid a Carbon Comeback Post-COVID? Our special guests will be Amy Harder, climate and energy reporter at Axios, and Nathaniel Bullard, chief content officer at BloombergNEF. Together, we will explore what steps the public and private sectors can take to permanently reduce transport emissions following the COVID-19 reset.