Electric car collaborations and satellites in space help to alleviate climate change- AI for Climate- Issue 48: CogX – AI for Climate Briefing

Climate Change & AI

A typical ride-hailing vehicle will on average drive 45-50,000km a year, versus 12,000km for a normal vehicle. That’s why Arrival and Uber are collaborating on an affordable electric car for ride-hailing.  Apparently it will also be designed in partnership with Uber drivers.

Imagine how much cleaner the air in capital cities would become. Given Arrival is said to also be working on a bus and a van, a cleaner transportation eco system might really become a reality in the future. Might this radically improve not just the health of our planet but the health of those living in cities too?

Best,

Charlie

 

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TRANSPORT

The Arrival Car will be designed to be an affordable, purpose-built electric vehicle for ride-hailing, and will be designed in partnership with Uber drivers. Uber drivers will now be invited to join the design process and ensure the final vehicle meets their needs.

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SATELLITES

The data captured by EO satellites is seen as “critical” to holding nations to account when monitoring their progress in meeting Paris Agreement goals to lower greenhouse gas emissions and reduce global warming. Academics have called on the government for more of it.

Read more (E&T Magazine)

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DASHBOARD

Schroders’ Global Head of Sustainable Investment comments on changes in oil and gas investment and carbon pricing. They’ve developed a Climate Progress Dashboard to provide an objective measure of the long-term temperature rises, for policymakers and companies alike.

Read more (City A.M.)

DROUGHTS

Degradation of ancient rock art in Indonesia may be accelerating due to climate change. The Maros-Pangkep karst, a cave complex in Indonesia, contains Palaeolithic paintings including one of the oldest known hand stencils in the world.

Read more (New Scientist)

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COMMUNITIES

New data shows how global warming is making life harder for Americans, reports the NY Times. And it threatens their health, safety and their homes. Will any small town, city or rural community be left unaffected?

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