Fig. 1. Cycling infrastructure typologies within the study context. Source: Own elaboration.
This Study supports SDG 5 and SDG 11 by discussing innovations in micro-mobility and their unequal impacts by gender.

Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Volume 113, December 2022

In support of SDG 5 and 11, this Study discusses which transport infrastructure innovations are required to support gender-equitable cycling, especially in developing countries.

City and Environment Interactions, Volume 17, January 2023, 100093

The research promotes not only a transition towards sustainability but also the emergence of a city-river balance.

Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Volume 15, September 2022

Increasing road traffic in China means roadkill is a large and growing problem there. This paper analyses patterns in order to support mitigation measures.
This Article supports SDG 11 by investigating the impact of environmental sustainability in a developing nation (South Africa) through information and communication.
This paper discussed the development and testing of a gamma radiation dose rate calculation model for the marine environment, and evaluates the potential use for such a model in both short term nuclear emergency response management and emergency response planning.
This article discusses the complex interactions between hazards and vulnerability
Background: Epidemiological studies have reported the associations between nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and pediatric asthma incidence, but unable to ascertain indoor NO2 sources.
This article supports SDG's 6, 11 and 15 through its discussion of the use of Phytoremediation as an economical and sustainable technology for environmental cleanup. Plant species known to utilize different phyto-mechanisms during phytoremediation of diverse pollutants are presented
The study assessed the perceptions of indigenous peoples on the Vietnam payments for forest environmental services (PFES) program. The majority of indigenous people were satisfied with PFES participation.