Re: [NewMobilityCafe] Executive , Centre for Sustainable Transportation
- My fear is his main activity will be shoveling snow in -30C weather.
>>> Martin Strid 1/31/2006 10:44:36 AM >>>Of course Eric would be a splendid candidate from a Canadian point of view.
But wouldn't he be lost then from a lot of activities where he is now doing good work for many countries?
I would rather see him as a senior counselor to the one who gets the
Rather like he was a catalyst in Bogotá, for example.
La kanadanoj eble dronigus lin en siajn specifajn problemojn.
Amike vin salutas
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Skickat: den 31 januari 2006 11:51
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I would second this idea Eric Britton should think on this position.
John Thackara [mailto:john@...] wrote:
> This morning I received the notification of a vacancy for Executive
> Director for Sustainable Transportation in Canada. Would colleagues
> not agree that Eric Britton is ideally suited for this position? His
> work in developing this forum has been tireless, and in my perspective
> his understanding ofg the big pictiure, his capacity to frame that
> picture as a series of policy and design opportunities, and his
> network of contacts, is unequalled.
> Best Regards
> John Thackara
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