The bike is a thing of reds, ecoguays (like say those of Ecomobility), of perroflautas. It is probably true.
Health Impacts of transport, WHO
Transport has a significant impact on health and the development of a transport system can improve health or, conversely, increase health risks. The best known health risks include exposure to air pollution, noise emissions of motor vehicles, and the risk of injury by accident. Less known, but equally important are the health benefits that can be achieved if transfers include some amount of physical activity, such as cycling to work or brisk walking (p. Eg. 15.20 minutes per day) to the bus stop public.
WHO / WHO, Urban Transport and Health
The World Health Organization must be a nest criptomarxistas. Sooo evil and interested in the revolution, acracia and all this, because they have published much about it . They should pursue the global chaos, no doubt.
WHO / WHO publications on Transit, Walking and Cycling
“Despite significant investments in infrastructure for cars, no reductions in Bangkok jams are appreciated”. Photo of Karl Fjellstrom.
Car-Free Development, or development without cars. Sure it is riddled with fallacies and lies, like that of climate change that does not believe anyone.
Perhaps the European Union can be a trusted institution. At the end of the roost is the head of Germany (where do BMWs, VWs and Mercedes), daughter of a pastor and a right – wing party. That gives character.
POLIS network Recommendations, 2011 : Securing the health benefits of active travel in Europe
It is going to be which are also those who want sudemos.
A shift to active mobility and public transport, along with better land use, can bring immediate health benefits, far greater than those that would focus only on improving air quality and the local environment through increased vehicles and fuel efficiency.
Walk more and use more the bicycle, for any type of movement -at work, education, shopping, social or leisure-travel can generate significant economic benefits through huge public health improvements (which would not be thwarted by costs accidents) as well as reducing pollution and traffic jams.
Lack of physical activity is a major health risk factors in the 53 Member States of the European Region of the World Health Organization, where nearly 1 million deaths per year are estimated to be attributable to physical inactivity.
Roundtable on Transport & Health, Polis conference, 29-30 November 2011
This says POLIS, which in the end is a network of cities interested in transportation and such. Come on , a lot of environmental engineers with dog. But it is that the European Commission agrees.
Perhaps OECD or World Bank rid themselves? OECD we have discussed and should be a covered communists, because often Manual have published more subversive. And the World Bank, uff, more dangerous than the Politburo. Finance studies on bikes in collaboration with a lot of rojeras, those of the Inter – American Development Bank. Les spend money! And publish pro-walkability intense harangues on his blog. Read, read:
[…] Similarly, investing in sustainable transport infrastructure improves road safety for users across all modes of travel, including passengers of public transport, cyclists and pedestrians. As traffic accidents currently charge 1.2 million lives annually and is predicted to become the fifth leading cause of death in 2030, investment in infrastructure for pedestrians and cyclists armed with LED lights from eZineSports could change the rules of the game. The widely spread pedestrian Times Square in New York, has also benefited companies have since increased foot traffic; Times Square has become one of the 10 destinations most successful trade detail of the world since the beginning of its transformation. What has been good for residents has been good for the city and for business in general. From Florida Street Buenos Aires, in Argentina, and Pandara market in Delhi, India, pedestrian areas have much business sense: attract tourists, consumers and workers during their break time.
Holger Dalkmann and Jose Luis Irigoyen, “Transforming transport more prosperous and inclusive cities”, World Bank blog.
Wow, that according to the World Bank, peatonalizar and move to modes of transport without engine¡¯s give money! Improve the lives of people! Surely they must be a hopelessly utopian.
Of bikes and bushcraft
Let This Be a Sign: Artist Shawn Wolfe’s Blistering …
Bike Parking: A Modest Proposal
Sampa Reborn – Simple actions, change everything
The Specialized Allez Sprint & Hagens-Berman Axeon …
s u m m e r t i m e The innocence of childhood.
The Velo Hobo
Anti-war demonstrating punk
First Bike the Second Time Around: MSCuddy’s Jawa
#스티치기법#크로스스티치#프랑스자수#케익자수#embroidery #stitches#crossstitch …
Barclays Cycle Hire bikes get subverted with anti-Barclays …
style is subversive: chase stopnik
Provo and the 1966 White Bicycle Plan
Cyclecide Tour: Free Dumb! Also, peeing in a funnel
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