Dec 5, 2019
This week we're joined by Giacomo Lozzi of Polis to talk about a report he co-wrote about zero emissions sustainable government procurement. Giacomo talks about how cities such as Rotterdam, Oslo, and Copenhagen are trying to measure and manage the emissions they create through the procurement of goods and services.
Dec 3, 2019
This week Jeff talks about potential sustainability solutions and some really cool curb management trials.
TfL is suspending Uber's license in London - The Verge
Solar company seeks to reduce cement, steel emissions - Wired
Story of the Week
Curb flow reduces double parking - Smart Cities Dive
Bastrop's new code...
Nov 26, 2019
This week we're here on our own before the Thanksgiving holiday here in the United States. We don't do a story of the week but we review a few big stories from the week before.
Briant Park chairs - Gothamist
Ride hailing emissions - Transport and Environment
Americans aren't moving - Brookings
Silver Tsunami -
Nov 21, 2019
This week we're joined by Antonoia Malchik to talk about her book A Walking Life. Antonia talks about the speed and shallow organizing brought to us by social media, the experience of making a pilgrimage on foot, the importance of walking and nature in human well being, and what a Hollywood Sidewalk might be.
Nov 19, 2019
Gillian Gillette of Caltrans and Jeroen Kok of Rebel Group join this week and talk about the California Integrated Travel Project and the Market Sounding report they did to look at the future of integrated payment systems. We also went over the usual news and reviews from the previous week.
Milwaukee workers no...