Library of Things - reducing waste by borrowing rather than buying - Transition Network But motivations for borrowing are not purely environmental – renting is also more cost-effective than buying, helps reduce clutter and is a low-barrier way to learn practical skills like repair and DIY. Sophia Wyatt, co-founder of Library of Things, said: “We want the simple action of borrowing items to become a pathway for people to get more involved in their neighbourhood and make more environmentally-friendly choices. So what starts with ‘I need a drill’ becomes ‘I’ve made friends with my neighbours’, ‘I’ve learnt basic repair skills’, or even ‘I’ve decided to start a local project myself’. Boat Hitch Hiking A Practical Guide to Boat Hitchhiking Part of the Ecological Voyage Collection by Nans Thomassey
UNI Klagenfurt Accommodation for foreign students ÖAD Residence Administration Klagenfurt Online-Application Klagenfurt offers a wide range of accommodation near the University and in the surroundings. There are forums on our homepage bulletin board for private offers of accommodation and for the formation of apartment-sharing communities. Great iPhone Apps For Bicycle Touring - TravellingTwo: Bicycle Touring Around The World More and more bike tourists are now carrying iPhones, so when one of our monthly newsletter readers suggested a list of the most useful apps for bike touring, we started hunting. Since we don’t actually own an iPhone ourselves, we asked a few of our tech-savvy friends and readers for recommendations. Here’s the result of our research.
1. Sharing City - Seoul Metropolitan Government New-paradigm-Sharing City Seoul proclaimed its Sharing City Seoul Project on September 20, 2012, along with a plan to conduct projects of sharing closely related to the lives of citizens, and to create and diffuse the base for the sharing. Seoul sees the Sharing City Seoul project as social innovation measures that have been designed to create new economic opportunities, to restore reliable relationships, and to reduce the wasting of resources with a view to resolving urban economic, social, and environmental problems all together. Notably, while the existing city policies focus on the construction of primary infrastructures such as roads, parking areas, schools, and libraries, the city’s future policies focus on the construction of secondary infrastructures such as spaces, objects, talents, and other unused resources in order to boost the utilization thereof. Why Create the Sharing City Seoul Project The economy of sharing in Seoul
How To Hop a Freight Train by Wes Modes by Wes Modes Originally published in Might magazine, October 1994 What to Worry About Safety is a big deal on the railroad. It is real easy to get good and hurt. You are made of soft, breakable stuff, while railroad equipment is made of very hard, very heavy stuff. A rolling boxcar won’t even flinch as it quietly rolls right over you in a sneaky surprise attack. How I Can Afford My Life Of Constant Travel I’m confused. I’m simply confused as to how it’s possible that I have so far failed to properly explain how I’ve managed to travel/live/work abroad nonstop for 12 years straight (and counting). The questions are still pouring in every single day: How do you do it? Best cycling apps for iPhone and Android We round up the most useful mobile apps for cyclists: if you use an app not listed here, tell us about it Cyclists have never been shy of embracing new technology, and there are now a whole host of useful cycling applications (apps) that have been designed to add an extra dimension to your riding. >>> Strava introduces annual Achievement Awards for 2015 We’re keeping a running list of the most useful cycling apps on this page, and we’d like you to contribute your own recommendations or comment on the ones we’ve already listed.
Dignifying Lives of Women in Waste Management: Challenges and Way forward - Practical Action Earlier in March at the 2019 UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW63) I was able to share some initial insights about the gender issues facing women in Bangladesh who earn a living from solid waste management – in collecting rubbish from households and streets or in the recycling or reuse. As the urban population of Bangladesh continues to rise, and to rise at rates faster than the rest of South Asia, the challenge of dealing with ever-growing volumes of solid waste is also increasing as well as concerns on the safety and well-being of waste workers who are often on the front-line of providing much needed services to households and communities. Only around 55% of generated waste is ever collected. Currently roles are divided with: Municipalities provide staff who sweep streets. Gendered roles in the solid waste system
How To Travel The World For Free (Seriously) You can travel the world for less money than you spend each month to fill up your gas tank. WORLD TRAVEL is cheap and easy. In fact, with a little practice and effort, you can travel for free. The 20 Best Travel Websites on the Internet - Golden Book Traveler Update: Visit the 2012 version of The 20 Best Travel Websites on the Internet I hope that everyone who attended my SXSW Core Conversation panel on How to Make Money Traveling Around the World enjoyed the presentation. As promised, I have a listing of my top 20 favorite travel websites (in no particular order). Custom Trips and Discounts - Big Mountain Bike Adventures Custom Trips: Whatever style of trip you can dream up, in whatever location, we can organize it. We will take care of all the details: guides, accommodations, meals, transportation, equipment needs, logistics and all the things that you can't see. All you have to worry about it having fun. Contact us anytime.
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