Currently transport contributes to 23% of global greenhouse gas emissions from fuel combustion (source: World Bank), making it a significant target for government curbs. This risk presents an opportunity for companies at the forefront of pioneering new energy technologies, vehicle efficiency, and public transport infrastructure. For example, advances in lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery technology mean that fully electric vehicles are becoming a more viable option for the average consumer in terms of cost, range (distance per charge), and driving experience (eg, low noise, zero emissions, greater internal space), such that they could challenge the dominance of combustion engines and traditional auto manufacturers within the next 10 years. Public transport, including rail and bus networks, is an important area of investment for reducing emissions, noise pollution, and congestion through shared journeys. Additionally, cycling is increasingly being promoted by governments for health and environmental reasons, which is supportive of companies with goods and services linked to it.