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@YourStoryCo The second article in the series assesses their roles in aiding impact-oriented businesses achieve the… https://t.co/Ja8b5Glq9vThe first in this two part series for @YourStoryCo explores how enterprises working in water, energy & waste manag… https://t.co/JuyDjjyPZq#BuildingResilient #Kochi. Challenges in #SustainableMobility in #India @TUMInitiative @WRIIndiahttps://t.co/YEa2MnRxzV
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8/8
2020
#WRICommentaries | This document aims to guide Kochi authorities to develop a phased approach for public transport… https://t.co/UMI9GVhVecCashless ticketing pilot initiated in #Delhi pics: @WRIIndia https://t.co/Z91ZWEKGLZ
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8/7
2020
Today's #digital, #paperless & #contactless ticketing trail by @TransportDelhi can be game-changer for… https://t.co/7XLsdouEuv
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaDelhi Govt conducts trials of Contact less Ticketing app 'Chartr' onboard Cluster buses, @TransportDelhi to scale-u… https://t.co/gXKgeg9UZe
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaIf the results of this trial are found to be successful, the Delhi Government will scale the implementation of the… https://t.co/dc59PleNzmThe app received a positive response from commuters as it made their commute completely contactless. With daily bus… https://t.co/i59wPn0z2bThe app is available on Google Play store and allows tickets to be issued using QR codes posted on the buses. On th… https://t.co/FFGRTxU4IiYesterday (August 5, 2020), this task force initiated a 3-day trial of the “Chartr” app, designed for this purpose,… https://t.co/1hU4A5s011The aim of the task force was to innovate on limiting physical contact between conductor and commuter during the ex… https://t.co/MOe5mXUd9k#Thread | On July 01, 2020, Shri @kgahlot, Hon'ble Minister, @TransportDelhi constituted a task force for the plann… https://t.co/XwO4wE9lPMHistorically pandemics, ecological stress and budgets for building infrastructure play a critical role in evolution… https://t.co/GkXNtvNVyw
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaFrom waste management organisations to clothing companies, entrepreneurs have innovated during the pandemic. But t… https://t.co/b2UHnKaBFk
Retweeted by WRI Cities India6 Ways to Make City Streets Safer for Pedestrians #RoadSafetyhttps://t.co/JXfiMHkXzA
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaThe pandemic has dealt a heavy blow to the Indian economy, but the $10Tn dream can still be realised through foresi… https://t.co/KgLJ63ylAv
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaTactical Urbanism: An Adaptive Tool for Safe Distancing It's time to rethink our cities. Read on from @WRIIndia ➡… https://t.co/0KGoVkXgBb
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaNew blog from @rajeev228031 and Prerna Mehta of @WRIIndia highlights why #TacticalUrbanism can be a key tool for re… https://t.co/THHuRECEQc
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8/6
2020
3 factors hv been identified as major reasons for persistent urban flooding across India. 1. Building in the path o… https://t.co/qakjZ6yqJ2
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaUrban flood management in India continues to focus only on improving grey infrastructure, rescue & relief, instead… https://t.co/4SDdqO7Nvw
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaJoin us on 6th August 2020 at 4 pm IST for an exclusive discussion with Jaya Dhindaw, Strategy Head, @WRIIndia wher… https://t.co/qr7DsdfDDa
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaFrom site inspections to design development and interacting with fellow #cycleambassabors for their needs,… https://t.co/rns2VGsFO9
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8/5
2020
In focus group discussions at schools in #Gurugram, @WRIIndia found that many children preferred to walk or cycle… https://t.co/edu5Gqpcrr
8/4
2020
From August 4th-8th, 100 startups will present their business plans during @MSInSociety's #StartupWeek2020 for a ch… https://t.co/3CrJJfVYRA
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8/3
2020
#NowReading | A new C40 Cities report touts Paris’s model for putting essentials within close walking or biking dis… https://t.co/YvbcOnesKF#BengaluruMoving Q5 On Integration of public spaces be in our current social and cultural milieu? @blrsmartcityhttps://t.co/pSxfLXqttu
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8/1
2020
Meet #Bengaluru’s Mobility Champions! These 12 passionate citizens will work to build support for #mobility soluti… https://t.co/2DmWBpVbMH
Retweeted by WRI Cities India#NowReading | Enhancing the safety of bus transport will be the biggest challenge to redefining urban mobility in t… https://t.co/HOmeMC81CMIN PHOTOS | Chars are riverine islands in the Brahmaputra formed through silt deposits. Life in the char is defined… https://t.co/VmZZTJFr0c
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaKey benefits of #TacticalUrbanism: 💰 Cost-effective & quick 🦺 Can lead pop-up change to permanent ⚖ Small-scale, b… https://t.co/2j6zuhZS3S
7/31
2020
Key benefits of #TacticalUrbanism: 💰Cost-effective & quick 🦺Can lead pop-up change to permanent ⚖Small-scale, but… https://t.co/uBedR6NdXw
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaThe approach of ecosystem services valuation has gained significant traction in recent times @mverma7 @WRIIndiahttps://t.co/o8oQaM19Ta
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaStarting Now | Building back better: A Deep Dive into the Chandni Chowk Redevelopment Project. Follow this #threadhttps://t.co/yrbrQrDHfO
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaHappening today | Chandni Chowk was once a chaotic & complex street, where two-wheelers, cars, cycle rickshaws & h… https://t.co/tbypMVFbrc
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaIN PHOTOS | The river giveth and the river taketh away. Life in the char (riverine island) is defined by the mighty… https://t.co/Xu2KAKMNNf
Retweeted by WRI Cities India#TacticalUrbanism includes low-cost, temporary changes to the built environment, in order to uplift public spaces.… https://t.co/Ne38x6ncPONew blog from @rajeev228031 and Prerna Mehta of @WRIIndia highlights why #TacticalUrbanism can be a key tool for re… https://t.co/8OTbNXnGtd
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaParticipate in #BengaluruMoving Hackathon organized by @ylacofficial, in collaboration with @WRIIndia Let me Brea… https://t.co/bAqahMLypj
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7/30
2020
On #InternationalTigerDay we look at how preserving India’s tiger habitats can help prevent the next pandemic.… https://t.co/5fs09rG2ap
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaDelhi's historic Chandni Chowk was once a pedestrian's nightmare. Today, thanks to our researchers and dedicated pa… https://t.co/SGZcOrWA3x
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaA big barrier to efficient transportation in the city is the lack of accurate, real-time data for commuters. We’re… https://t.co/v3jl65OmclInterested in making your Bengaluru commute better? YLAC has partnered with WRI India, @LetMeBreathe_In and… https://t.co/0djmTra3u9🚲 "#BicycleMayors should be incorporated at the ground planning level: they play a crucial role in engaging with ci… https://t.co/dyhZbsMH28
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaThe #StreetsForAll team at WRI India has worked with partners to transform Chandni Chowk from a gridlocked chaos to… https://t.co/g3bj1q8inR#AirPollution is the leading environmental health risk & threatens sustainable development. 3 steps can help make c… https://t.co/oBLu3fE5zU
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7/29
2020
In India, road crashes are the most common cause of death for children and young adults aged 5-29 years. To better… https://t.co/NRQIcySBHa
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaBuilding back better: A Deep Dive into the Chandni Chowk Redevelopment Project https://t.co/oyiRrB73nn Join us for… https://t.co/o9xvYW6612
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaThe pedestrianisation of Chandni Chowk has transformed what was once a chaotic and crowded thoroughfare into an oas… https://t.co/LsZ09gd0vA
Retweeted by WRI Cities India#Cycle sales are surging in India and if this the long awaited cycle revolution, how can #Indian cities make the mo… https://t.co/HaYSNEUEYD
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7/28
2020
Join @motormaud from @BYCS_org, @carlosfpardo from @NUMOalliance, Prof @Rutul01 from @CEPTUniversity1 &… https://t.co/YvWFWxVrQ6
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaHow can Indian cities re-introduce the #cycle as a preferred mode of transport? Before you say that small… https://t.co/WaEPtto3pA
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7/27
2020
To introduce the cohort to the #BengaluruMoving campaign, WRI India’s @PrateekDiwan introduced the Mobility Champio… https://t.co/USeSVgmX18Meet Bengaluru’s Mobility Champions! These are 12 passionate residents of the city who will work over 45 days to bu… https://t.co/b35TlHeogAWhat if we built city #infrastructure from sustainable wood? Our @Cities4Forests colleagues, finalists in the… https://t.co/Afwdk1SlzX
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaBeing able to #walk safely around your city is crucial, especially in recent weeks. Check out how Germany is plan… https://t.co/vP1yAfpZnj
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7/26
2020
MSMEs have been identified as an engine of economic growth being the second largest employers after agriculture pro… https://t.co/WvHPAAjcXd
Retweeted by WRI Cities India#NowReading | The report also suggests policy-makers, developers, distribution companies, and investors need to be… https://t.co/jRcXT96NEh
7/25
2020
Tigers are a keystone species their survival is pivotal to the wellbeing of several animals, while Tiger bearing fo… https://t.co/dy5QVYEAPI
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaDr @OPAgarWRI, CEO, WRI India and @itsnotnit argue how innovative financing can help a loss-making, yet critical se… https://t.co/1AYtGlnOon
7/24
2020
We have brought together some leading experts in this #PedalKaro webinar to explore how cities globally have utiliz… https://t.co/RZPHd4UZ5FInnovative financing will be key to restoring public transport https://t.co/F2mrj0O4LH
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaA recent report calls Bengaluru the most traffic-congested city in the world. @ylacofficial, @LetMeBreathe_In and W… https://t.co/FH1533G1vxHappening Tomorrow | #Webinar on "Climate Change and Water Resource Management". Speakers include @anahas8, Manage… https://t.co/PyvVzDWaq9Many rural communities have shown high satisfaction with off-grid power supply solutions in our recent surveys. Rel… https://t.co/Cw8WbAD4mP
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaIn India, road crashes are the most common cause of death for children and young adults aged 5-29 years. To better… https://t.co/tJRY1UIe3N
Retweeted by WRI Cities India#One day to go! Register for free & ask your questions now: https://t.co/dTSSHoHGjc @PrinSciAdvGoI @WOTRIndiahttps://t.co/Dk7yKeFbLJ
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaMany metro rail projects across India are unable to reach their full ridership due to a lack of first and last-mile… https://t.co/Yv7hK2A2S3We're excited to partner with @ylacofficial, @WRIIndia and #BengaluruMoving campaign 🙌 Joining us are some passion… https://t.co/hmHtRg8JFm
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7/23
2020
Today @5PM #StudioINHAF #Webinar "Why should we return to Cities that Discarded us?" Join!… https://t.co/qPiHrP655e
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaWATCH | In this video, we explore the state of urban transport in Mumbai, and discuss the new urban agenda that… https://t.co/tYIiHD5jKUTomorrow | @iChiragGajjar will be speaking and answering your questions on how science and technology can help the… https://t.co/Ly7ZrKaf6M
Retweeted by WRI Cities India#DidYouKnow? More than 40% of #Mumbaikars walk to work! Find out how the city can be made better for all of us on o… https://t.co/FPodqEzvk0
Retweeted by WRI Cities India"India as a nation can step up its NDC because it will set a faster path to development, and it will help the peopl… https://t.co/1a4NrKHjS3
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7/22
2020
#NowReading | The bicycle industry is hopeful of getting bulk orders from state governments as they will promote bi… https://t.co/Y5HURgtfYG70% of all commutes in Mumbai are for a distance less than 5 km! Find out how the city can be made more livable on… https://t.co/cXWNOiv6xmJoin our India Director Prarthana Borah for the "#AirQuality Index Study During #Lockdown: A Data Deep-Dive" webina… https://t.co/FldNWBp0Rv
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaIn India, 43 children die in #roadaccidents every day. Not considering the needs of children while designing roads… https://t.co/fGAusEK3Mw
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaJoin us April 29 for a webinar: Cities at the Frontlines of #COVID19 Impact and Recovery Speakers include: WRI’s… https://t.co/TTLBVvFUE7
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7/21
2020
#StreetsForAll In India, 43 children die in road crashes every day. Not considering the needs of children while des… https://t.co/LKU90uDhRiIndian families make children a priority while designing households but, city-planners do not take into account chi… https://t.co/9B0895QDVr
Retweeted by WRI Cities India“Indoor air pollution...is a silent killer, especially among the urban poor & the rural population, who use solid b… https://t.co/YcKqeI8WHz
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaOverseeing Indoor Pollution. "The lockdown from March 25, 2020, which saw more meals being cooked at home than usu… https://t.co/4kx5RoRqdn
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaCatch @iChiragGajjar, Head, Subnational Climate Action, WRI India in an interactive chat on sustainable livelihoods… https://t.co/RIP68IGIix
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaNature-based solutions can help deliver resilient, affordable and equitable infrastructure, but only if departments… https://t.co/r1QRroxQmY
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaHow Paris Mayor @Anne_Hidalgo plans to continue her efforts to shape a greener, safer, healthier city: 🚶‍♀️Permane… https://t.co/3J3nUb1Een
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7/20
2020
"Why should we return to Cities that Discarded us?" Catch Dr @OPAgarWRI, CEO, WRI India in conversation on the subj… https://t.co/bxWftXdC4FIn focus group discussions at schools in #Gurugram, @WRIIndia found that many children preferred to walk or cycle t… https://t.co/gMVrWSgwAY
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7/18
2020
#MintClimateTracker In the latest episode of my @HTSmartcast podcast, I speak with @UlkaKelkar of @WRIIndia on what… https://t.co/H1FprZWUIu
Retweeted by WRI Cities India#WRICommentary | It would be wrong to assume that the problem of air pollution has been solved due to the lockdown.… https://t.co/FvG1tiTBFxअसंगठित क्षेत्र के कामगारों के चुनौतियां पूरी तरह नयी नहीं हैं, मगर महामारी के इस दौर में समाधानों को पहले से कहीं… https://t.co/2SdVtoMKqD
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7/17
2020
#NowReading | Architects and public health experts in Baltimore have released a guidebook of 10 concepts that reima… https://t.co/A48uRp5AwDEvery third city dweller in India lives in a slum, where they have little or no access to urban utilities . Join Ja… https://t.co/xutmAmw1c3
7/16
2020
Every $1 invested in sustainable ocean solutions yields at least $5 in return. 4 ocean-based investments that yiel… https://t.co/QDJQToHFzyTo advocate for better #publictransport and to help decrease traffic congestion in the city, WRI India has partnere… https://t.co/fh6XYMAk4kThe COVID-19 pandemic is expected to lead to a rise in private vehicles, worsening the city’s traffic and increasin… https://t.co/7MvsW4MXfn#Thread Bengaluru is the most traffic congested city in the world, according to a TomTom survey. The average commut… https://t.co/1a3STa2mrJIn the #NewNormal, reinventing #publictransport will be fundamental to India's economic revival. Exploring innovat… https://t.co/1xhENX7BsN
Retweeted by WRI Cities IndiaPublic transport, which is inherently loss-making is kept afloat by public subsidies, which will not be possible in… https://t.co/DG5Bh9Js4b
Retweeted by WRI Cities India.@Luke_n_ lists 6 ways cities can create more pedestrian-friendly streets: 🧑‍🦯Accessible, continuous sidewalks 🌳Pe… https://t.co/T0oJ5YJcoB
7/15
2020

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