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Megacities on the Move (Toolkit Full Report)

Megacities on the Move (Toolkit Full Report)

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megacitieson the move
your guide to the future of sustainable urban mobility in 2040
 Megacities on the Move
has been led byForum for the Future in partnership withEMBARQ and was funded by Vodafoneand the FIA Foundation for the Automobileand Society.Date of publication:
November 2010
Registered office:
Overseas House19–23 Ironmonger RowLondon EC1V 3QNCompany No. 2959712VAT Reg. No. 6777475 70Charity No. 1040519
Forum for the Future is the UK’s leading sustainabledevelopment NGO. We work internationally withgovernment, business and public service providers,helping them to develop strategies to achievesuccess through sustainability, to deliver productsand services which enhance people’s lives and are better for the environment, and to lead the way toa better world.
 All the
Megacities on the Move
Forum for the Future Authors:
Ivana Gazibara, James Goodman andPeter Madden.
Forum for the Future support team:
Chris Dewey, Stephanie Draper, RupertFausset, Joy Green, Joe Hall, RuthHarwood, Clare Jenkinson, David Mason,Gustavo Montes de Oca, Nathalie Nathe,Will Nitch-Smith, Kate O’Hagan, HannaPlant, Francesca Rutherford, Ulrike Stein,Claire Wyatt.
Special thanks to our partners:
Sheila Watson, Director of Environment,The FIA Foundation; Nicola Woodhead,Group Environment Manager, Vodafone;Chris Burgess, Corporate ResponsibilityDirector, Vodafone; Caroline Dewing,Senior Manager, Communications Strategy,Vodafone; Samaresh Parida, Director,Strategy, Vodafone Essar; Prema Shrikrishna,Manager – Corporate Responsibility,Vodafone Essar; Tugba Unal, Corporate Affairs, Vodafone Turkey; Prajna Rao,Urban Planner, EMBARQ (CST India);Madhav Pai, Director, EMBARQ India; Ahmet Birsel, Programme Manager,EMBARQ (SUM Turkey); Sibel Bulay,Director, EMBARQ Turkey; Nancy Kete,former Director, EMBARQ; Clayton Lane, Acting Director, EMBARQ.Special thanks also to the many peoplewho contributed to the project – throughinterviews, workshops and peer reviews.For a full list please refer to the Appendix.
FIA Foundation
The FIA Foundation is an independentUK registered charity which managesand supports an international programmeof activities promoting road safety,environmental protection and sustainablemobility, as well as funding specialistmotor sport safety research.www.fiafoundation.org
Vodafone is one of the world’s largest mobilecommunications companies by revenuewith approximately 347 million proportionatecustomers as at 30 June 2010. Vodafonecurrently has equity interests in over 30countries across five continents and over40 partner networks worldwide. For moreinformation, please visit www.vodafone.com
The EMBARQ global network catalysesenvironmentally and financially sustainabletransport solutions to improve quality oflife in cities. Since 2002, the network hasgrown to include five Centres for SustainableTransport, located in Mexico, Brazil, India,Turkey and the Andean Region, that worktogether with local transport authorities toreduce pollution, improve public health,and create safe, accessible and attractiveurban public spaces. www.embarq.org
For more information on
Megacities onthe Move
or to organise a workshopplease email Ivana Gazibara at:megacitiesonthemove@forumforthefuture.org, or call +44 (0)20 7324 3673.
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