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April 2022

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why public consultations work so badly - Strong Towns
angry drivers run Britain - Daily Mash
"Labour is passionately committed to a cleaner, greener world. It's a controversial view, but we believe children shouldn't get crippling respiratory diseases, unless reducing traffic mildly inconveniences drivers doing their shopping."
Paris is leading the fight against noise pollution - Bloomberg
better regulation of motor vehicles could make UK roads much safer - New European
how World War II was won: the broader air and sea battlefield - VOXEU
is the tank dead? redux - War on the Rocks
only April, but there's a heat wave in South Asia already - IndraStra
if the UK had locked down a week earlier in March 2020, it would have saved 30,000 lives and halved the length of the lockdown - PLOS ONE
the twelve most effective ways to get cars out of cities - Conversation
UK bus mileage has dropped 27% in the last ten years - BBC
Labour needs to prioritise turning this around, not making driving easier!
cheap pasta is not a fix for poverty - Cooking On a Bootstrap
can AI help us decipher the Indus script? - Rest of World
how Japan built cities where toddlers can run errands - Slate
on the frontline with Ukrainian marines - Rolling Stone
rising sea levels in the US are relocating or destroying communities - Guardian
stop Putin: "energy rationing to ensure that the burden is fairly shared by people... bans on flights within Europe and car use within cities" - Guardian - RePlanet
Maps and Graphics That Will Change How You See the World - Atlas of the Invisible [my review]
the UK is pushing millions of people into poverty and deprivation - Guardian
"Unless we deal with the inability of people to meet their basic needs, by adequate income and services, we are in danger of inflicting a humanitarian calamity in one of the richest countries in the world."
"Autoluw" is Dutch for "nearly car-free" - Not Just Bikes [video]
massacres in Mali as well - HRW
Hiro Arikawa - The Travelling Cat Chronicles [my review]
how the Netherlands puts denser housing into its villages - HansOnTheBike
Britain's two-child policy has pushed families into poverty - Guardian
94% of Parisians live less than 5 minutes from a bakery - @parisyimby
Worldle, Semantle, Heardle and Nerdle - radical Wordle variants - Oxford Blog
a long piece on a symbolic mural and opposition to the Belorussian regime - NYT
"information advantage" in modern warfare - War on the Rocks
a model for Oxford? waiting lists for parking permits in the areas with most demand - Brighton & Hove

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