J’appelle «urbanisme en plots» cette manière d’éparpiller des cubes...– Urbanisme en plots: les illustrations sont jolies | Lausanne Cités
citybreaths: San Francisco, beautifully captured in a time-lapse video. Sooner or later, I’ll have to see it.
'The end of motoring' →
plantedcity: From The Guardian: In Britain, the percentage of 17- to 20-year-olds with driving licences fell from 48% in the early 1990s to 35% last year. The number of miles travelled by all forms of domestic transport, per capita per year, has flatlined for years. Meanwhile, road traffic figures for cars and taxis, having risen more or less every year since 1949, have continued to fall...
Good relationships don’t end. If they do, they are not good or they are not...– (via tempibui)
Every bit of plastic made still exists today
yourearthhour: Source: Reuse this Bag
It is clear that Burning Man is no longer confined to the Black Rock Desert....– Burning Man : Regional Contacts : Regionals Network History
The Anti-Automobile Age - and what we can learn... →
I’ve continued reading the excellent Fighting Traffic - The Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City by Peter D. Norton. It’s a digestive book. I find myself reading a few pages at a time and then putting it down, finding it necessary to reflect. Norton has divided it up into three parts and the first part deals with the way automobiles were regarded in the public eye between 1900...
«L’altruisme devrait prendre le pas sur l’égoïsme, la coopération sur la...– Les 8 «R» de la décroissance
If an older adult can anticipate becoming dependent on public transit in the...– Human Transit: dissent of the week: impact of wider stop spacing