Anne de Bortoli receives the ITF OECD Young Researcher Award
A research engineer at Eurovia, Anne de Bortoli was rewarded for her work on the impact of shared e-scooters.
The Young Researcher Award 2020 of ITF – International Transport Forum, intergovernmental organisation linked to the OECD, was awarded to Anne de Bortoli for her work on the impact of shared e-scooters on climate change. In Paris, this new service could be responsible for 12,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions in the course of a year.
After completing her PhD at École des Ponts ParisTech in the framework of lab recherche environnement programme, Anne is currently pursuing her work as a research engineer at Eurovia.
The environmental performance of mobility systems is linked to energy consumption, emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases and the effects of disruption and fragmentation of natural habitats due to the construction
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