Posts tagged with 'Lee Schipper'
Traumatized and Trapped: After Sexual Assault, How Can Cities Welcome Women Back to Public Transport?
Traumatized and Trapped: After Sexual Assault, How Can Cities Welcome Women Back to Public Transport?
Sexual assault on public transit is all too common. In Bogotá, Colombia, an incredible 37% of female riders of the bus rapid transit system report experiencing unwanted sexual contact while using the system, according to new research, funded in part ...
Car Pride, Bus Shame: 2017 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship Awarded to Joanna Moody and Rafael Pereira
Car Pride, Bus Shame: 2017 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship Awarded to Joanna Moody and Rafael Pereira
The Lee Schipper family and WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities are pleased to announce that Joanna Moody and Rafael Pereira have been selected to receive the 2017 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship. Joanna Moody will explore “car pride” and attitudes ...
What Has EMBARQ Co-Founder Lee Schipper to Do With a Book About Inspiring Successful Workshops?
What Has EMBARQ Co-Founder Lee Schipper to Do With a Book About Inspiring Successful Workshops?
Although Lee Schipper is not with us any more, for me his spirit is still there. Many years ago, I met him at a meeting of the International Energy Agency in Paris and was fascinated by his inspiring talk. As ...
Dr. Leon J. Schipper, co-founder of EMBARQ
Calling young innovators: Apply for the 2015 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship!
Looking for an opportunity to catalyze sustainable, people-centered urban mobility? The Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship wants to help you transform ideas into reality. The Schipper family and EMBARQ, the sustainable transport arm of the World Resources Institute’s WRI Ross Center ...
Traffic congestion in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Photo by Akshay Mahajan/lecercle.
Exchanging transport lessons between developed and developing countries: Q&A with Dr. V. Setty Pendakur, Part II
Last Tuesday on TheCityFix we shared Part I of our interview with Dr. V. Setty Pendakur, Founding Chair of the Transportation in Developing Countries committee at the Transportation Research Board (TRB). Last week, Dr. Pendakur discussed why sustainable transport is so ...
Dr. Leon J. Schipper, co-founder of EMBARQ
Call for applications: Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship
Editor’s note: the deadline for expressions of interest has been extended to January 3, 2014. See here for details.  Applications are now open for the 2014 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship for Sustainable Transport and Energy Efficiency. Provided jointly by the ...
Invisible car policies: Q & A with Fei Li, recipient of the 2013 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship
Invisible car policies: Q & A with Fei Li, recipient of the 2013 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship
Fei Li studies the “invisible car policies” that make cities dependent on cars. Photo courtesy of Fei Li. Fei Li is a Ph.D. candidate at New York University and a recipient of the 2013 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship. She researches, ...
2013 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship Recipient Sudhir Gota
Q&A with Sudhir Gota, recipient of the 2013 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship
EMBARQ, the sustainable transport and urban planning program of the World Resources Institute, and the Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship Board announced today the 2013 recipients of the Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship was established in 2012 to support the ...
Emissions Regulations, An Integral Part of A Larger Policy Toolkit
Emissions Regulations, An Integral Part of A Larger Policy Toolkit
Aiga Stokenberga, the author of this blog post, completed this research as an intern in EMBARQ in Summer 2011.  Her research product is one of the last articles co-authored by the late Dr. Lee Schipper. EMBARQ encourages young researchers working ...
Dear Lee, It's Been a Wild Ride!
Dear Lee, It's Been a Wild Ride!
  The first time I went biking with Lee, we were both returning home from work at EMBARQ.  Lee insisted that we take Massachusetts Avenue, one of Washington, D.C.’s most congested streets but also the most direct route home. I ...
EMBARQ Mourns the Loss of Our Co-Founder, Lee Schipper
EMBARQ Mourns the Loss of Our Co-Founder, Lee Schipper
EMBARQ (the producer of this blog) mourns the loss of Leon “Lee” Schipper, who passed away on August 16 following a battle with cancer. A dynamic leader and treasured colleague, Lee co-founded EMBARQ—the World Resources Institute’s Center for Sustainable Transport. Most ...
To Lee Schipper, With Love and Care
To Lee Schipper, With Love and Care
Our good friend and founder of EMBARQ (the producer of this blog), Lee Schipper, was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. According to his family and close colleagues, he immediately sought excellent care and underwent chemotherapy treatments. We are calling on TheCityFix ...
TheCityFix Picks, February 4: Peak Travel, Helmet Cameras, Bicycling Studies 101
TheCityFix Picks, February 4: Peak Travel, Helmet Cameras, Bicycling Studies 101
Welcome back to TheCityFix Picks, our series highlighting the newsy and noteworthy of the past week. Each Friday, we’ll run down the headlines falling under TheCityFix’s five themes: mobility, quality of life, environment, public space, and technology and innovation. Mobility ...
TT2011: The Need for a New Paradigm in Transport Data Collection and Analysis
TT2011: The Need for a New Paradigm in Transport Data Collection and Analysis
In a large city with broad institutional capacity like New York City, a lot of data is available. The city has access to a lot of useful numbers from a variety of sources, from community-based organizations that track the block-by-block details ...
The Future of Sustainable Urban Mobility: Refuel Cars
The Future of Sustainable Urban Mobility: Refuel Cars
This post is part of a series analyzing the solutions highlighted in the report and toolkit, “Megacities on the Move.” The report, written by Forum for the Future in partnership with FIA Foundation, Vodafone, and EMBARQ, offers six sustainable mobility solutions for ...
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