Perspectives

Everyday Joy: With Lee Craigie

8 min. read Lee Craigie is the Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland, an official representative of walking, cycling and physical activity across the nation. A former professional mountain bike racer and director of the Adventure

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Finding a Way In: With Barbara Stoll

6 min. read Barbara Stoll is the Director of Clean Cities Campaign, a coalition of grassroots groups, NGOs, environmental and health organisations, campaigning for zero emission mobility by 2030. Primarily their work takes place in

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School Streets for Child Friendly Cities

8 min read. Lucas Snaije, & Daniela Abril Gutierrez, are the co-authors of the report “School Streets to Shape Child Friendly Cities“, highlighted in this editorial. The sound of children playing is universal. Whether in

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Inclusive Cycling: With Kay Inckle

9 min. read Dr. Kay Inckle is the Campaigns and Policy Manager at Wheels for Wellbeing. Previously, Kay worked in the social/voluntary sector with psychiatric service-users. She holds a PhD and a post-doc exploring self-harm

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The Right to the Cycling City

3 min read. Lucas Snaije is the Content & Communications Manager for BYCS and the Editor of BYCS Perspectives.  One only has to see footage of cycling protests in Santiago or New York City to

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Cities that Breathe

4 min. read Rosa Shirm is the Content & Communications Intern for BYCS. Urban dwellers around the world have experienced new daily sensory experiences during the ebb and flow of lockdowns: the absence of the

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Thrive Zones: With Sophia Schuff

9 min. read Sophia Schuff is a transdisciplinary project manager and urban anthropologist based in Gehl’s Copenhagen studio, who specialises in integrating ethnographic research methods, urban design and engagement facilitation skillsets to further the impact

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Pedalling for the Body & the Mind

3 min. read Lucas Snaije is the Content & Communications Manager for BYCS and the editor of BYCS Perspectives. In March, many countries reached the symbolic one year mark since first lockdowns began. The progressive build-up

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