Dear More Philosophic Policy Types,
If you turn to the latest edition of Yikes! (you'll see it in the top bar
menu of our http://www.ecoplan.org/wtpp
webpage), you will find a trio of
thinkpieces that attempt to set out some thinking on the
carsharing/sustainability/public policy nexus.
I put this particular number of our informal e-mag before you today because
at least some of those of us who worry over policy and practice in the
transport field have in recent years come to believe that carsharing, by
whatever name, may with appropriate policy support be used as an effective
sustainability and sustainable transportation transition tool.
So if any of you have the time and taste for this sort of thing, I would be
very interested to hear what you have to say. In the interest of economy of
time for all the busy people who come here to work, may I suggest that you
mail your eventual remarks to me individually at
. Then, if the responses look like they may
have a broader interest to the group, I can fashion them into a sort of
single update piece, which we can then share with the others in one shot.
With all good wishes,
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