Sarah Martens

Primære faneblade

Leuven, Belgium
Mobiel 21
Staff member Behaviour Change & Communication
  • Nyheder - Updated: 23 sep 2014 - 22:33:27
    In What Cities Want – a current study by the Technical University of Munich, commissioned by MAN Group – 15 international cities provide information on how they want to more positively design their...
  • Nyheder - Updated: 23 sep 2014 - 22:33:25
    Black carbon, or soot particles from diesel engines, could be making a much larger contribution to climate change than previously believed, according to a study by over 30 internationally recognised...
  • Nyheder - Updated: 23 sep 2014 - 22:33:25
    The second national survey of the daily mobility habits of Belgians shows a small decrease of car use in favour of public transport and more active travel modes.Between December 2009 and December...
  • Nyheder - Updated: 23 sep 2014 - 22:33:25
    The German Federal Environment Agency has released a study about the economic aspects of non-technical measures to reduce traffic emissions. It reveals that green mobility can also benefit the...
  • Nyheder - Updated: 23 sep 2014 - 22:33:25
    A new report by Sustrans reveals that over 1.5 million people living in England are at serious risk of being cut off from work and healthcare because of rising costs of owning and running a car, and...
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