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World’s Best Place for Active Transport: Ride to Recovery, with Streets for People co-founder Shannon Leigh

Shannon Leigh is co-founder and Director of Streets for People, and previously an award-winning urban and transport planner at the Department of Transport and later Curtin University. Investment in active transport is one of the most jobs-rich, climate-friendly stimulus measures available. And given cost blow-outs in public health, climate related damage, and car dominated infrastructure, it’s another vital transition more of us are after – especially in the wake of the tripling of cycling in Perth since COVID-19.

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Oct. 27, 2020

World’s Best Place for Active Transport: Ride to Recovery, with Stree…

Shannon Leigh is co-founder and Director of Streets for People, and previously an award-winning urban and transport planner at th…

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Oct. 13, 2020

Bright Sparks in Our Energy Transition: Schools, solar & social enter…

You might recognise Dr Vanessa Rauland from the recent ABC TV series Fight for Planet A. Vanessa’s the co-founder with Alexander …

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Sept. 22, 2020

Blue Carbon, Conservation Economies & the Great Seagrass Restoration,…

Professor Gary Kendrick’s great love is the WA coastline and its seagrasses. Gary and colleagues have been at the forefront of se…

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Sept. 9, 2020

Launching the Clean State Jobs Plan: A conversation with lead author…

What if we had a plan, at this time of great disruption, to create hundreds of thousands of jobs in energy, agriculture, building…

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