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UK report claims environment in five different crises

The report by the UK-based Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) said that the multiple environmental crises have reached a critical stage due to human impacts and now threaten to destabilize society and the global economy as well.

Driver-less shuttle bus tests autonomous technology in Calgary

Calgary - Visitors to the Calgary Zoo and the Telus Spark science center won't have to worry about a driver or a ride to go from one attraction to the other this month. An autonomous vehicle billed as “the future of transportation" is here to serve you.

California's climate policies are a roadmap for others to follow

California has played a vital role in climate and energy policy for decades and is already a global climate policy leader. If Senate Bill 100 is passed, it will be the most important climate law in US history.

Q&A: How blockchain is disrupting transportation Special

The revenue opportunity for blockchain in the freight transportation industry could generate as much as $500 billion. In addition, this technology can offer increased transparency and security for the sector. Sam Bokher of Trucker Path explains more.

Hyperloop TT signs agreement to build track in China

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies announced the signing of an agreement with Tongren Transportation & Tourism Investment Group of the People's Republic of China on July 20 to build a Hyperloop track in Guizhou, China.

In Saudi Arabia, men still drive gender policy

Dubai - The public relations blitz that has seen Saudi Arabia garner headlines this year culminates Sunday, when women take the wheel for the first time. But a draconian guardianship system remains.

Prominent tech CEOs criticize Trump policy of separating children

Prominent chief executive officers (CEOs) in the US tech industry have come forward to denounce Trump's policy of separating children from parents arrested at the US border. The policy has also been denounced by the UN as "unconscionable" .

Op-Ed: Trump's military parade gets funding through defense policy bill

House Republicans are supporting President Trump’s planned military parade with a provision in the annual defense policy bill that would allow the event to go forward.

GE Transportation joins global blockchain consortium

GE Transportation has announced it's joining a cross-industry consortium that's looking for ways to use blockchain tech in logistics. The company will collaborate with other firms to utilise the blockchain in digital solutions for industry transformation.

Pentagon to release new policy on Transgender troops this week

The Pentagon is expected to announce its new policy on transgender troops this week after six months of legal battles that started with President Trump's tweets calling for a ban on their service.

New Pentagon Policy: Deployable in 12 months or you're out

Service members, with the exception of pregnant or post-partum individuals, who have been non-deployable for the past 12 months or more will be separated from the military, based on a new Defense Department policy announced on Thursday.

Building the transportation mobility cloud

Las Vegas - A new open platform has been proposed through a partnership between Ford and Silicon Valley-based Autonomic. The new technology will enable cities to build out infrastructure communications and connected traffic systems.

U.S. to rescind policy that has let legalized marijuana flourish

Washington - Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding the Obama-era policy that had paved the way for legalized marijuana to flourish in states across the country, two people with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press.

Tesla's all-electric semi truck aims to disrupt transport

Hawthorne - After shaking up the auto world with its electric cars, Tesla is tackling a new frontier in "green" transportation with the unveiling of a futuristic all-electric semi truck.

Automotive trends, from Car-as-a-Service to Mobility-as-a-Service

Mobility-as-a-Service is a developing trend in transportation, signaling a partial shift away from personally owned modes of transportation towards mobility solutions.

Intelligent transportation systems keep smart cities on the road

Different sectors of a city have varying needs requiring different solutions and not all of them overlap. Let's look at what two Colorado-based companies are doing for the transportation sector.

Op-Ed: CA Legal team says Employment laws are being broken by Uber/Lyft Special

Sonoma - Finally, the 21st Century arrives to the quaint town of Sonoma with the latest in "ride-hailing services." Or as they are officially referred to by the State Public Utilities Commission, "Transportation Network Companies."

First direct London-China train completes 12,000 km run

Bejing - Laden with whisky and baby milk, the first freight train linking China directly to the UK arrived in the eastern Chinese city of Yiwu Saturday after a 12,000-kilometre (7,500-mile) trip, becoming the world's second-longest rail route.

Unpredictable Trump unsettles China as N. Korea policy wobbles

Bejing - From Twitter threats to Tomahawk missiles, US president Donald Trump's unorthodox and seemingly impulsive approach to foreign policy has unsettled China, piling new pressure on its hands-off North Korea policy.

France's Fillon banks on voter anger over 'stolen' election

Paris - French rightwing presidential candidate Francois Fillon said Wednesday he had the backing of angry voters after being charged with misusing public money, as scandals rather than policy continue to dominate the campaign.
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