Urban freight transport is of crucial importance to the economic vitality of urban areas, providing both urban residents and businesses the necessary goods and services. Today, close to 71 percent of the freight transported in the country is completed on road. However, although it provides…


Urban development in all forms impacts the natural landscape, changing vegetation cover, infiltration rates and hydrological (surface and sub-surface) flows. With increasing urbanization urban areas lose a host of natural infrastructure and ecosystem services as ecosystems are modified, degraded…


BMC in collaboration with WRI India as knowledge partner conducted a two-day consultative workshop on Flood Risk in Mumbai in April 2022. Government representatives from various departments: hydrological, engineering, and stormwater management discussed the complexities of managing monsoon…


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