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World Streets Weekly Edition of 14 Feb 2011

World Streets Weekly Edition of 14 Feb 2011

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World Streets Weekly Edition of 14 February 2011

Weekly Edition of 14 February 2011
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Swedish government looks to virtual meetings as an environmental (and efficiency) strategy
Eric Britton, editor | 14 February 2011 at 05:26 | Categories: behavior, business travellers, demand management, environment, health safety, leadership, Scandinavia, social media | URL: http://wp.me/psKUY-1m2

The Swedish government's annual instructio
World Streets Weekly Edition of 14 February 2011

Weekly Edition of 14 February 2011
- - - > To receive W/S Weekly Edition freely in 2011 please click here

Swedish government looks to virtual meetings as an environmental (and efficiency) strategy
Eric Britton, editor | 14 February 2011 at 05:26 | Categories: behavior, business travellers, demand management, environment, health safety, leadership, Scandinavia, social media | URL: http://wp.me/psKUY-1m2

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World Streets Weekly Edition of 14 February 2011
 
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Weekly Edition of 14 February 2011
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The Swedish government's annual instructions to the national Transport Administration now include a mission tosupport and improve conditions for virtual meetings across thecountry. The goal is to find practical ways to harness "Green IT" asan efficient travel substitute as well as to provide both more efficientmanagement and reduced environmental impacts. The core proposal
is based on a ―ten step method‖ which the Administration released
last year to champion and support virtual meetings within an organization. The project behind this strategy isintroduced here. And you are warmly invited to comment and share the fruit of your own experiences.Read more of this post
It might make some sense, in reviewing the potential of HS2, to take a few samplings on howthe year-old HS1 domestic services are performing - or not. S N Barnes reports to WorldStreets from a crowded rail platform somewhere in the UK.
 
 
World Streets Weekly Edition of 14 February 2011
 
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How many times does the need for being pro-people, environmentally concerned, andcontext specific, in forming an urban transportation strategy need iteration? Simple -till the job gets done. We need to keep reminding city-building professionals, decisionmakers, politicos, and most importantly, ourselves - the people - of it, until
Strange as it may seem when you do the basic arithmetic, there is strongsupport from the three main political parties in the UK for the HSR proposal, andif our first article in this series argues that the reasoning behind it is heavilyflawed, it is important in these matters to present the arguments of those whomay not agree. Here you have some extensive extracts from a group, Greengauge21, that have aggressivelyargued for the HSR proposal. We leave it to your attention. Beyond what you see here they have a more detailedleaflet outlining their arguments which you can have here - 
why the critics are wrong". And once again, wewelcome your comments. Read more of this post
In the field of transport, no matter how straight-forward the issues may seemto be to the busy citizen, merchant, reporter or policy maker, when it comesto making wise policy it really does take a certain level of time and attentionto detail to come to grips with the underlying issues and priorities that shapethe outcomes. The awful conundrum encumbering the mobility issues of ournew century from a policy perspective is that just about everything turns out upon study to be unobliginglycomplex, interdependent, complicated and time lagged
no matter how simple it may appear to be on the surface.. Read more of this post

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