Sunday, June 05, 2005

World Environment Day

The United Nations returns to its (and Critical Mass's) birthplace in San Francisco to stage World Environment Day. Bikescape takes a walk through some exhibits and attends the Green Cities panel discussion.

We look for something to be hopeful about and come up decidedly short.

Listen to the podcast

The Scrap House was built by the San Francisco Building Inspections Dept and Public Architecture.

The SF Weekly ran a great article about the connection between housing and biking.

Wonderwater Rain Catchment Systems

City Car Share

Nelson Nygaard Consulting

Transportation for a Livable City

Leah Shahum from the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition wrote this op-ed piece in the San Francisco Chronicle.

World Naked Bike Ride! June 11


Anonymous said...

"Mouthful of Exhaust" -- how appropriate!

VeloDiablo said...

Hey Jon,

I wanted to thank you for doing this podcast. I was only able to make it to the tail-end and thus photograph the scrap house as it was coming down. So it was cool that you had the interview with the building inspector (probably the guy that told me to leave when I snuck in).


Anonymous said...

Yes, thanks for this podcast. At 27 minutes elapsed, you mentioned a LAB Road 1 course. Do you know how that course turned out?