Opening the world to everyone, preserving the planet for all

Movin’On provides concrete solutions and innovations for everyone’s mobility needs, with the aim of contributing to societal progress whilst acting for the planet.

300 organizations Movin'On

More mobility, less impact

Movin'On is the world's leading co-innovation ecosystem that brings together the major players in sustainable mobility, public and private, collective and individual. Bringing together the 4Cs (Countries, Cities, Civil Society, Corporates), it provides concrete solutions and innovations to make mobility safer, more sustainable, more inclusive and more efficient.​

Movin'On Inside EP02: Decarbonise the billion car on the road

Doing more - Doing better - Doing it now

Decarbonising the existing car fleet

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Asha Sumputh

COMBAT #1

ZERO
EMISSIONS

COMBATING GLOBAL WARMING AND AIR POLLUTION

COMBAT #2

PRESERVING RESOURCES

DELAYING THE EARTH OVERSHOOT DAY & REGENERATING RESSOURCES

COMBAT #3

UNIVERSAL
MOBILITY

MAKING MOBILITY SAFE AND INCLUSIVE

COMBAT #4

MULTIMODAL MOBILITY

EXPLORING NEW MULTI-MODAL TRANSPORT FOR PEOPLE

COMBAT #5

TRANSPORT
EFFICIENCY

BALANCING CUSTOMER DEMAND AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

It takes an Ecosystem to Innovate

To imagine tomorrow , to innovate for the the benefit of all, to take part in sustainable mobility change, to contribute to civil society needs.

MOVIN'ON LAB
THINK AND DO
Our collaborative and action-driven Think and Do Tank within which organisations act to anticipate, co-innovate and influence.
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COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST
SHAPE THE FUTURE
Our working groups bringing together multiple stakeholders on a specific mobility challenge.
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MOBILITY EXPERIENCES
STARTUP AND DESIGN
Our international challenges to boost the brightest mobility solutions and innovations.
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Latin America’s Largest E-Bus Fleet Navigates the High Andes

The city with the largest electric bus fleet in South America is not the continent’s most populated, but it is elevated above most places. It is in Bogotá, Colombia’s capital and commercial hub,

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Lithium Demand Propels Contested US Mining Claims

Lithium Demand Propels Contested U.S. Mining Claims

In the Great Basin Desert, on the border between the U.S. states Oregon and Nevada, lies the McDermitt Caldera, a collapsed volcano that formed an ancient lakebed. The caldera holds precious minerals,

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India’s Deadly Electric Scooter Fires Prompt New Battery Policy

India’s Union government is on the verge of releasing standards for electric vehicle batteries, after more than a dozen recent incidents of electric scooters catching fire, resulting in at least five deaths.

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Public Pressure Builds to Decarbonize U.S. Capital’s Bus Fleet

Politics prevails in Washington, DC no less in the realm of public transit than in all other areas of life, and political pressure is shaping the future of the city’s bus fleet.

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News

bus electriques Movin'On

Latin America’s Largest E-Bus Fleet Navigates the High Andes

The city with the largest electric bus fleet in South America is not the continent's most populated, but it is elevated above most places.
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Lithium Demand Propels Contested US Mining Claims

Lithium Demand Propels Contested U.S. Mining Claims

The caldera holds one of the world's largest deposits of lithium, an essential component of EV batteries.
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India’s Deadly Electric Scooter Fires Prompt New Battery Policy

India's Union government is on the verge of releasing standards for electric vehicle batteries, after more than a dozen recent incidents.
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Public Pressure Builds to Decarbonize U.S. Capital’s Bus Fleet

The coalition wants it replaced with a plan that accelerates the transition to an all-electric fleet to serve the 5.4 million residents.
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