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The Norwegians love to walk: a third of all trips in Oslo are made on foot. But their cycling culture is not as strong. Liv Andenes has a mandate to change that....
Car parking occupies a large proportion of urban areas, and cities cannot keep sacrificing so much space to meet demand. ...
Dr Erin Castellas (PhD) is on a mission to ensure the community benefits from new developments. It’s part of her role as chief impact officer at Impact Investment Group (IIG), which invests in projects it judges to...
Gina Gylver became a warrior against global warming at the age of 12. Born in Oslo, Norway, and now 18, Gylver told Dream Planet that It was not the sight of collapsing ice shelves that changed...
Getting on your bicycle can give you an enormous sense of freedom and enjoyment.It can increase your independence and knowledge of the local area, and improve your access to the natural (or urban) environment. It can also be highly...
The fastest way to make a city liveable, popular and loved by its citizens is to prioritise bike infrastructure and make cars the least attractive transport option, according to Morten Kabell, the CEO of Danish urban...