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    | Open Access

    • Amélie Desvars-Larrive
    • , Elma Dervic
    • , Nils Haug
    • , Thomas Niederkrotenthaler
    • , Jiaying Chen
    • , Anna Di Natale
    • , Jana Lasser
    • , Diana S. Gliga
    • , Alexandra Roux
    • , Johannes Sorger
    • , Abhijit Chakraborty
    • , Alexandr Ten
    • , Alija Dervic
    • , Andrea Pacheco
    • , Ania Jurczak
    • , David Cserjan
    • , Diana Lederhilger
    • , Dominika Bulska
    • , Dorontinë Berishaj
    • , Erwin Flores Tames
    • , Francisco S. Álvarez
    • , Huda Takriti
    • , Jan Korbel
    • , Jenny Reddish
    • , Joanna Grzymała-Moszczyńska
    • , Johannes Stangl
    • , Lamija Hadziavdic
    • , Laura Stoeger
    • , Leana Gooriah
    • , Lukas Geyrhofer
    • , Marcia R. Ferreira
    • , Marta Bartoszek
    • , Rainer Vierlinger
    • , Samantha Holder
    • , Simon Haberfellner
    • , Verena Ahne
    • , Viktoria Reisch
    • , Vito D. P. Servedio
    • , Xiao Chen
    • , Xochilt María Pocasangre-Orellana
    • , Zuzanna Garncarek
    • , David Garcia
    •  & Stefan Thurner
  • Research |

    A reliable charging infrastructure is critical to wider adoption of electric cars. With large-scale social data and machine intelligence, this study shows the importance of the quality, not just the quantity, of charging stations to consumers, suggesting policy design should include consumer data.

    • Omar Isaac Asensio
    • , Kevin Alvarez
    • , Arielle Dror
    • , Emerson Wenzel
    • , Catharina Hollauer
    •  & Sooji Ha
  • Research
    | Open Access

    It is important to gain a better understanding on the contributing factors fostering climate action in developing countries. Here, the authors investigate the attention levels paid to this issue in the planning and implementation stages of climate policies in Mexico during 1994-2018, and find that international negotiations and executive governmental plans are strong drivers of the climate policy discourse in Mexico and likely to be so for developing countries more generally.

    • Arturo Balderas Torres
    • , Priscila Lazaro Vargas
    •  & Jouni Paavola

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