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June 2022

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at least in Germany, e-bikes are leading the way on transport electrification - Cycling Industry News
why big road projects are never subject to proper appraisal - LTT Magazine
background on the new "moving traffic offences" powers local authorities outside London are getting - Commons Library
there are too many cars in central Amsterdam - Oxford Blog
Yes, I went to Amsterdam and took photos of crossings and counted cars at one of the Grachtengordel junctions!
is kilometre-scale climate modelling possible and how useful would it be? - Real Climate
"The sensitivity variations in the existing CMIP6 ensemble are both broader than the observational constraints and are mostly due to variations in cloud micro-physics which would still need to parameterized in k-scale models."
once people experience car-free cities, they love them - Wired
"No one I spoke to for this piece could name a recent sizable pedestrianization or traffic-reduction scheme that had been reversed once it had been given time to have an effect."
go parklets! - Guardian
very different futures for otters in Singapore and China - Mongabay
data deidentification is really difficult - Open Privacy Research [PDF]
a look at the 'Dutch-style' roundabout in Cambridge - PJA
most Australian homes are closer to tents than properly insulated buildings - Guardian
twenty-four book recommendations from around the world - Rest of World
"The perception of rhythm in language" - Cognition [read it carefully!]
forty million people in the US Southwest face life-threatening heat - Axios
does removing trees and bushes really reduce crime? - Architects Journal
artillery battles in eastern Ukraine - New Yorker
analysis of Switzerland's vote to put cycling in its constitution - Sustainable Transportation
Australia really needs to stop coal mining - ABC

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