Posts tagged with 'communications'
Q&A with Caroline Samponaro: An Advocate's Response to the Media's Bike Lane Coverage
Q&A with Caroline Samponaro: An Advocate's Response to the Media's Bike Lane Coverage
This interview is part of a bi-weekly series with sustainable transportation advocates, planners, engineers, journalists, sociologists, and other experts working to shed light on best practices and solutions from across the globe. We welcome your suggestions for future Q&As. Transportation ...
Intercity Bus Travel on the Rise in the U.S. and Abroad
Intercity Bus Travel on the Rise in the U.S. and Abroad
We’ve said this before: the face of intercity bus travel is changing. The popularity of buses, in general,  is gaining ground for a number of reasons.  In cities from London to Los Angeles, buses are benefiting from sleek new designs, ...
Cartoons Break Language Barriers to Support Sustainable Transport in India
Cartoons Break Language Barriers to Support Sustainable Transport in India
India’s booming population and rapidly urbanizing, motorizing society urgently demands better and affordable sustainable transportation, including bus rapid transit (BRT), sidewalks and cycling lanes. More and more, Indian civil society is mobilizing mass communications campaigns, especially through the Internet, to ...
So This is Hollywood: Video as a Tool for Environmental Change
So This is Hollywood: Video as a Tool for Environmental Change
Originally posted on EMBARQ.org: EMBARQ [the producer of this blog] today hosted a video presentation and brownbag discussion about how videos can be a tool for environmental change, focusing specifically on stories about sustainable transport and urban planning. The event, ...