Observing the renewable energy transition from a European perspective

The Dutch Cycling Revolution

What if the car isn’t here to stay forever? What if the coming fuel squeeze in Europe, prompted by the Ukraine war, will herald in something more permanent?

[deepresource] – By 2030 You Won’t Own a Car

Groningen, 200k inhabitants, one of the most advanced bicycle cities in the world. It helps of course, that Groningen has 50k students: strong physique, little money.

From the Netherlands to Singapore

From Vancouver to Kaap Hoorn

Visiting all 21 Dutch nature parks

Fahrradtour Niederlande

[] – “Not Just Bikes” – Vast Canadian-produced channel about cycling in the Netherlands

Study by professional US city planners of the Dutch cycling infrastructure

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