Category Archives: Urbanism

Biking and the Fallacy of Zero-sum Environmental Thinking

I don’t believe in the zero-sum scenario — at least not in the case of environmentalism, where I like to point out the many win-win and win-win-win scenarios. Continue reading

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Community and Sustainability

It’s apparent that a key to sustainability is popular support and participation – buy-in, some call it. Communities enabled by active street life can foster this. From there, “act locally” can become “think globally.” Continue reading

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