Assessing Sustainable Mobility in Germany


 

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the German Federal Government with Respect to Sustainable Mobility (114 page pdf, Robert Gruber, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment and Energy, May 2012)

 

From Germany’s Wuppertal Institute comes a master’s thesis which assesses the limited success of the federal government to reduce emissions from road traffic by relying on passive measures such as awareness campaigns or a reliance on technological improvements instead of a more direct focus on traffic avoidance to shift from using cars to using transit and cycling or walking.

 

English: Roadsign on the Island of Juist, Germ...

English: Roadsign on the Island of Juist, Germany. Juist is an island without motorized vehicles. Deutsch: Verkehrszeichen auf Juist an der Billstraße an der Backstube (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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