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The Conundrum of Planning the Sustainable City
According to the 11th sustainable development goal, cities should be developed in a democratic, sustainable, and inclusive way. A common planning strategy is the use of densification, which on one hand can lead to the ...
Elderly’s everyday travel as an effect of the pandemic. Understanding travel in Gothenburg from a capability and gender approach
People's everyday travel changed dramatically when the world was affected by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. One group that has been particularly affected by the pandemic, not least by limiting their social contacts or avoiding ...
Environmentally friendly, or friendly environment? Exploring environmental sustainability as a motive for residential mobility
Considering worldwide urban growth, and the challenges involved concerning sustainable development, the aim of this thesis is to broaden knowledge about the drivers and motivations concerning intra-urban residential mobility. ...
The voluntary carless and their leisure mobility
In the strive to decrease car dependence, novel ways of thinking about mobility is needed. In this regard, much can be learned from those who voluntarily have refrained from car ownership. However, few studies have focused ...