Another busy month on World Streets — with 10,468 visitors (roughly the average for the last several months) dropping in to pick up and at least scan a total of 20 new articles, touching on such exotic topics as politicians who can’t count, heavy car lobbying by the divine Veronica Moss, lessons on how to honk to drive people off of the street, and above all a series of ideas and reports to see how we all might find a way to put COP15 to work for sustainable transport, sustainable cities, and sustainable lives (the other half of the Copenhagen coin admittedly, the people side). World Streets is there are making the voices of sustainable transportation heard. Join us and support World Streets, one of a kind.
One full month of World Streets in one click:
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Who is reading Streets these days?
And here you can see where the last eighty visitors came from. Our typical pattern, with those huge white swaths in Africa and the former Soviet Union counties. That said, things are heating up nicely in China, Taiwan, and much of South-east Asia. Stay tuned.
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Would you like to propose an article , topic or author for the November edition? If so, don’t hesitate to contact our editor. And oh yes, we answer out mail.
Paying our bills:
We have not yet found the sponsorship needed to keep the journal afloat in 2010. The situation is very tough, so if you would like help us brainstorm on this or otherwise help us, please get in touch. I am sure that with energetic collaboration we will solve this problem and go on to do better yet in 2010. I kind of think the planet needs us. And I hope you agree. Don’t be shy now. Get in touch. Lend a hand, this thing is heavy. And after all, it’s your planet.
Eric Britton, Editor
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