Moving People: Sustainable Transport Development
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Moving People: Sustainable Transport Development

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The local and global environmental impacts of transport are more apparent than ever before. This book provides an attention-grabbing introduction to sustainable transport development in practice via a series of case studies. Re-assessing the value and importance of non-motorized transport raises questions about the whole nature of development as a process. Advocating low i...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published March 15th 2010 by Zed Books (first published December 1st 2009)
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Khalil James
Cox provides an extensive compilation of case studies highlighting transportation issues around the world and the attempts that have been made to alleviate the effects of the isolation created by the current car-friendly environments on the informal sector. This book is, overall, an impressive account of the world's actions regarding sustainable transportation. I would not, however, recommend this book to anyone not interested in having a career in the related field. The book examines the techno...more
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