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The Future of Mobility - Project ReDesign Renault Internship
Static PreviewThe final Project ReDesign workshop took place at the Examination Schools, Oxford on 25 March 2011. During the day students rose to the challenge of re-thinking whether our current waste problem is in fact a materials opportunity, by exploring the possibilities of a systems level re-design in a world of finite resources and rising energy costs.

Volunteers from the Foundation's Founding Partners, B&Q, BT & CISCO, Renault and National Grid were there to support the workshops, as key industry sector experts.
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EarthSayer Ellen MacArthur
Date unknown Format Instructional
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Innovation and Sustainability More Details
Vancouver's Co-operative Auto Network by Tracey Axelsson
Static PreviewPeak Moment 34: A superb urban transport solution whose time has come. Founder Tracey Axelsson recounts the ins-and-outs of North America's oldest and largest car-sharing cooperative--membership, online scheduling, vehicle types, usage costs, preferred parking. More information on this segment is here.
EarthSayers Tracey Axelsson; Janaia Donaldson
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Peak Moment More Details
Go Electric: Bike Commuting Made Easy by Sally Lovell
Static PreviewPeak Moment 40: Catch Sally Lovell's enthusiasm for her electric-assist bicycle. Her comprehensive primer covers bicycle types, battery recharging, practices and products for security, inclement weather, and road safety. Gotta love that trailer for hauling stuff!
EarthSayers Janaia Donaldson; Sally Lovell
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Peak Moment More Details
Bicycle Innovators in Portland Oregon

An exhibition of bicycles handmade in Oregon introduced at the Portland Airport. Video features interviews with bicycle designers who are sustainability innovators.  Portland has a varied bicycle network that connects all parts of the city. This network has proven successful in dramatically increasing bicycle use. Portland also has a strong bicycle culture and advocacy organizations. It is no. 2 in the top 11 bike friendly cities. You'll have to bike to Amsterdam, to be in the no. 1 spot, for now anyway. 

For more sustainability thought leaders, please visit the Portland Sustainability Leadership channel on YouTube. 

EarthSayers Jonathan Mause; Natalie Ramsland
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