London’s newly unveiled $1.4 Billion, 10-year bicycle plan will qualify as one of the world’s largest public works projects. With a yearly budget more than 100-times what New York City spent on bikes last year, will the effects trickle down to the U.S., or are we Yanks ‘just not built’ for cycling?
No shields, no gas, rien de rien, what kind of protest is this? From the Reggae-bar to groups of chador-clad women, join our own Carla Vitantonio as she inquires her way through recent political protests in the Southeast-Asian metropolis of Kuala Lumpur.
To ‘let it be.’ What does it mean in terms of modern American politics, social, and business policy, and are those who believe that pure merit and creativity will always prevail are utopian dreamers?
“A 3,000-kilo SUV traveling 55kph beside a 10-kilo bicycle traveling 15kph? Are you Americans fucking nuts?” Take a look with us, at the current misgivings of the U.S. bicycle infrastructure, and how it can be fixed.
Today approximately 200 small organic family farms supply almost 70% of the demand for environmentally friendly produce in the Greater Seoul Metropolitan Area. Yet the existence of such farms as Dumulmeori Organic Farm, located at the head of the Han River, is in peril.