How the Dutch failed to destroy their cities (Act 1)

Thanks to Friso Metz of the Kennisplatform Verkeer en Vervoer (KpVV) for the heads-up. More to follow in this series of the failure of Dutch planners, policy makers and ordinary citizens to destroy their historic built patrimony and quality of life in their cities.

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Eric Britton
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Bio: Trained as a development economist in the doctoral program of the Graduate Faculty of Economics of Columbia University, Eric Britton is MD of EcoPlan International, an independent advisory network providing strategic counsel for government, business and civil society on policy and decision issues involving complex systems, climate/energy strategies, social-technical change and sustainable development. His latest work focuses on the challenges of equity, economy and efficiency in city transport and public space, and helping governments to ask the right questions and find practical solutions to these issues. Distinguished Professor of Sustainable Development at the Institut Supérieur de Gestion, his forthcoming book, “CONTRADICTIONS: Toward a General Theory of Transport in Cities”, is being presented, discussed and critiqued in international conferences, master classes, peer reviews and media events over 2015. - - > More:

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  1. Pingback: City Streets: Time=Lapse Evolution of Utrecht (from horses to trolleys to to cars to bikes | HowCitiesWork

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