Population ecology, Demography, Population, Population density, Water, Overpopulation

Harmonising population density through energy transition and intelligent mobility

On Dec 23, 2020
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Energy decentralisation & #intelligentmobility are key tools for harmonising the world’s population density, says Ricardo Poeta of @NissanEurope, co-lead of the IMET initiative, in an interview with his IMET colleagues. Read the whole interview here: https://t.co/VtHJAAlyVR https://t.co/cY7WVYBQWe
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Energy decentralisation and intelligent mobility are key tools for harmonising the world’s population density, says Ricardo Poeta, co-lead of the IMET initiative in an interview with his colleagues. Any conference you go to, you hear all the warnings: an increase of the world population ...

On Dec 23, 2020
@EUSmartCities shared
Energy decentralisation & #intelligentmobility are key tools for harmonising the world’s population density, says Ricardo Poeta of @NissanEurope, co-lead of the IMET initiative, in an interview with his IMET colleagues. Read the whole interview here: https://t.co/VtHJAAlyVR https://t.co/cY7WVYBQWe
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Harmonising population density through energy transition and intelligent mobility

Harmonising population density through energy transition and intelligent mobility

Energy decentralisation and intelligent mobility are key tools for harmonising the world’s population density, says Ricardo Poeta, co-lead of the IMET initiative in an interview with his ...

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