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Which traditional petrol-head companies are jumping on the electric bandwagon?

Freya Sawbridge - December 17, 2020 3

Automobiles such as GMC’s Hummer have long prided themselves as an emblem of power and wealth. But many people loathed the gas-guzzling machine with some protestors even spray painting ''gross polluter'' over a bunch of Hummers in a 2003 stunt. To be successful in today’s environmentally conscious w

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The Electric Scooter Conflict Moving Into New Era

Alexandra Pacurar - December 15, 2020

E-scooter sharing providers have been around for a few good years and the industry is finally (slowly) moving away from its controversial status that came with unregulated launches. Remember the bans that followed the rollout of such operations in major cities around the world? Some banned the Perso

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Reframing How You View Your Car

Sng Ee Ping - December 3, 2020

The Unbundling of the Automobile The invention of the automobile was a giant leap for mankind, bringing people to their destination independently. For decades, people have been in love with these heavyweight machines and depend on them as their main mode of transportation for daily commutes. Amer

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How is Noise Pollution Affecting you?

Freya Sawbridge - December 1, 2020

Sometimes it is only by leaving a city and venturing into the wilderness that we realize how oppressive noise can be. In pursuit of the American Dream we put up rampant construction work, vrooming car engines and the hubbub of city life. It is evidently a nuisance but is it actually harmful? Does it

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What Benefits Come with Car-Free Streets?

Alexandra Pacurar - November 26, 2020

Walking relaxed from store to store, stopping to get a coffee at a hipster cafe and no-rush chatting with a friend in the middle of a downtown boulevard. This is becoming the reality of almost every European city—from cosmopolitan metros like Paris to upcoming towns like the Serbian capital of Belgr

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7 Things Locals Need to Know About Getting Around San Francisco

Freya Sawbridge - November 24, 2020

San Francisco covers an area of just under 50 square miles but with a population of nearly 890,000, it is the second most densely populated U.S. city. The Golden City may rank fifth in the world for traffic congestion but if you plan well there are plenty of transport options to whip around the city

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