Category Archives: Sustainable Transport

Sustainability Opportunities: Post Covid-19

Global Re-Structuring Opportunities The international Covid-19 or coronavirus pandemic could provide society with opportunities to adapt for the better in the long term. Over the last few months there have been improvements in the air quality with fewer fossil fuels … Continue reading

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Engineering Prospects: North-European Enclosure Dam & High Speed Rail

Sea Dam For The North Sea – Is There A NEED? Proposals for a North-European Enclosure Dam (NEED) that will enclose the North Sea have been outlined. The planned dam walls would protect around 25 million Europeans and important economic … Continue reading

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Transport’s Modal Shift

The New Travel Model? There is a shift in attitudes to car ownership with more people considering leasing or hiring cars as a way of getting access to transport. Younger people are reconsidering their transport options. During the 1990s in … Continue reading

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