March 3, 2021

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Farther, Faster and No Sweat: Bike-Sharing and the E-Bike Boom

Social-distancing, sustainability and accessibility helped accelerate e-biking during the pandemic, and the trend is showing up in urban bike-sharing programs.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/02/travel/ebikes-bike-sharing-us.html?referringSource=articleShare

February 28, 2021

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‘All the bones are there’: could a new electric vehicle be built in Australia? | Australia news | The Guardian

With the right incentives, many believe Australia can still ride the electric revolution, reviving its car industry and slashing emissions at the same time

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2021/feb/28/all-the-bones-are-there-could-a-new-electric-vehicle-be-built-in-australia

February 19, 2021

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‘Bike lanes to nowhere’: for cyclists, Los Angeles is heaven and hell | Los Angeles | The Guardian

Poor infrastructure makes LA one of the most difficult US cities to bike in. Cyclists hope the pandemic will change that…”

Source: ‘Bike lanes to nowhere’: for cyclists, Los Angeles is heaven and hell | Los Angeles | The Guardian

February 15, 2021

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Will battery technology in Australia change the face of our nation’s electricity grid?

Australia’s first “big” battery worked so well there are now more than 40 built or planned. How might they reshape the grid?

Source: Will battery technology in Australia change the face of our nation’s electricity grid?

February 14, 2021

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From steel city to bike city: Wollongong pins hopes on becoming world-class cycling destination | Cities | The Guardian

With 130km of bike paths that wind along the region’s beaches, Australia’s 10th-largest city is striving to make cycling the preferred mode of transport. But it’s an uphill battle

Source: From steel city to bike city: Wollongong pins hopes on becoming world-class cycling destination | Cities | The Guardian

February 13, 2021

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Science…

If we could tap 0.1 percent of the energy under the earth’s surface we could supply humanity’s total energy needs for two million years.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/11/opinion/science-technology.html?referringSource=articleShare

February 9, 2021

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‘We’re in a new era of hybrid work’: CEOs embrace COVID challenges

Major chief executives have expressed confidence they can manage remote workforces as the coronavirus pandemic forces businesses to permanently change the way they operate.

Source: ‘We’re in a new era of hybrid work’: CEOs embrace COVID challenges