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26%OFFVerkade, Thalia, Te Brömmelstroet, Marco - Movement: how to take back our streets and transform our lives - 9781911344971 - V9781911344971
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Movement: how to take back our streets and transform our lives

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Description for Movement: how to take back our streets and transform our lives Paperback.
We take it for granted that the streets outside out homes are designed for movement from A to B, nothing more. But what happens if we radically rethink how we use these public spaces? Could we change our lives for the better? Our dependence on cars is damaging our health - and the planet's. The Dutch seem to have the right idea, with thousands of bike highways, but even then, what happens to pedestrians or people who want to cycle at a more leisurely pace? What about children playing outside their homes? Or wildlife, which ... Read more

Product Details

Format
Paperback
Publication date
2022
Publisher
Scribe UK
Condition
New
Number of Pages
288
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781911344971
SKU
V9781911344971
Shipping Time
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Ref
99-5

About Verkade, Thalia, Te Brömmelstroet, Marco
Thalia Verkade (1979) lives in Rotterdam. She has been a staff writer and foreign correspondent for the Dutch national newspapers NRC Handelsblad and nrc.next. For the ad-free slow journalism platform De Correspondent she has written extensively about the topics she loves most: language, transport, and technocracy. Marco te Broemmelstroet is the chair of ... Read more

Reviews for Movement: how to take back our streets and transform our lives
'A revolutionary view of mobility ... Gives us the tools to campaign for something different.'
Lucy Siegle 'Readable, thoughtful, and provocative, this book provides an entertaining overview of how the Netherlands became a mecca for cycling. The authors make a strong case for putting cycling at the heart of our transport systems, but also aren't shy about identifying some ... Read more

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