Hayley Everett17 October, 2019 Thousands of Londoners have signed a petition by the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) demanding the Mayor takes more urgent action on reducing road danger for those walking and cycling at dangerous junctions in the capital. London Assembly Transport Committee chair Florence Eshalomi, deputy chair Caroline Pidgeon MBE and member Caroline Russell… [Read More]
It had a good run. But the end is in sight for the machine that changed the world
By Tik Root and John Schwartz Aug. 28, 2019 Also this week, Greta Thunberg arrives in New York. Welcome to the Climate Fwd: newsletter. The New York Times climate team emails readers once a week with stories and insights about climate change. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. What would happen if… [Read More]
Predicting the market for privately-owned cars in 2038
Children, pregnant people and the elderly are the most at risk from extreme weather and heat – but the impact is already felt across every specialty of medicine Mon 16 Sep 2019 The climate crisis is making people sicker – worsening illnesses ranging from seasonal allergies to heart and lung disease. Children, pregnant people and… [Read More]
Cities can leverage design and technology to re-think our streets for pedestrians, bikes, and transit.
Taking on cars isn’t just a European thing
Professor John Pucher is nothing short of a cycling guru. He’s a passionate academic and provides bicycle advocates with the ammunition–the facts and figures–to give to decision makers. His new book, “City Cycling,” co-authored with Ralph Buehler, is set to be published in September. It may well turn out to be the “Bible” of bicycle… [Read More]