Professor Larry Frank from the University of British Columbia's School of Population and Public Health talks about the relationship between our built environment and how healthy we are, at the world's premiere cycling conference.
People with disabilities are absent from the cycling and planning agendas, says Peter Lumb, former president of the Bicycle Institute of South Australia and Uni SA lecturer in Australian social policy.
Three leading cycling advocates present opposing views on Australia's mandatory helmet laws.
Since the Fordist Revolution, people have embraced cheap, private transportation, says Mutfung’s urban behaviourologist, Jonathon Daly, and it's created a culture unwilling to share public space.
From reflecto fashion design to the archives of South Australia's early cyclists, the Velo-city Global (2014) Spin Cycle sessions gave eight presenters the chance to tell their story in under five minutes.
Former New York City transport commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan speaks about the challenges of introducing cycling infrastructure into one of the most population-dense cities in the world.
Dubbed the Tom Cruise of Velo-city Global (2014), Danish-Canadian filmmaker and urban mobility expert Mikael Colville-Anderson, opens the world’s largest cycling conference, in Adelaide last month.
Multi-media journalist, film producer and founder of cycle-chic fashion blog, The Bike In My Life, Bojun Bjorkman-Chiswell tells the story of how she traveled to more than 60 cities, across five continents, to capture the global story of the bicycle.
Go Green presents events and activities throughout June to fuel your passion for the environment and sustainability.