People and their interactions with the environment

People and their interactions with the environment

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A powerful example of social commentary which tackles the complex moral issues of transport planning in the context of the decisions made in designing society at a local level, from why Paris has a concentration of bread shops to how infrastructure can (and should) evolve in response to the requirements of the ageing population.

Professor Nick Tyler is the Chadwick Professor of Engineering at UCL. As the founder of PAMELA, Nick’s research interest focuses on the way people interact with their ... See More

Chapters

  1. 00:15
    John Rawls concept of Veil of Ignorance - philosophy applied to transport
  2. 05:31
    Accessibility research group at UCL
  3. 07:31
    How the price of bread influences mobility in Paris
  4. 13:20
    How a town in Japan is designing for dementia
  5. 14:29
    Urbanisation and transport
  6. 16:30
    Medellin, Colombia - crime capital of world to prize winning urban development
  7. 21:53
    China - low energy futures
  8. 24:08
    Cuba - working with the government and the community
  9. 26:16
    PAMELA - a lab for exploring people and their environments

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