FW: Talk at UCL: Monday Jan 28 - Cycling, walking or driving - what are the risks and benefits?
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From: Charlie Lloyd <charlie@...>
Date: 30 November 2012 16:17
Subject: [lcc-issues] FW: Talk at UCL: Monday Jan 28 - Cycling, walking or driving - what are the risks and benefits?
Very interesting talk (open to public) by Jenny Mindell coming up at UCL on health benefits of walking and cycling. Jenny is a leading expert in ‘Transport and Health’.
Please forward to your networks and anyone you think would like to come along:
The next Environmental Sustainability Topic Lunch will take place on
Monday January 28th 1-2pm in Room B404 - LT2 of UCL’s Cruciform Building:
"Cycling, walking or driving – what are the risks and benefits?"
Jenny Mindell (UCL Epidemiology & Public Health)
Cyclists killed on the roads make the headlines but is cycling really that dangerous? How does it compare with other risks we take, such as turning off a motorway onto a local road? What are the risks of driving? And what about the risks we impose on others when we travel? This presentation will address these questions, using data from England.
If you would like to book a place, please use the Eventbrite booking system at:
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