Knoogle New Mobility 3.0 is the third iteration of a power search engine originally developed by EcoPlan and World Streets in cooperation with the SMART program of the University of Michigan.
Use it like Google, but . . . the great advantage over the usual Google search is that (a) it is far more compact and focused in its offerings, because (b) it scans and reports on the work and offering of the carefully selected key sources and sites that are leading the way (approximately 800 as of this date).
Specifically tailored to help policy makers, local government, researchers, NGOs, students, activists, consultants, concerned citizens and the media keep up efficiently with the work and activities of the leading international groups, programs and sources leading the field of sustainable transport and sustainable cities worldwide.
We invite you to test Knoogle to view the results of a quick unified scan based on your selected key words, combing through more than one thousand carefully selected institutions, programs and sources that we view as leading the way in their work and competence in our heavily challenged sector world-wide.
COUNTRY-PLUS: if you carry out a country search, say on Iran, AND then would like to see more on, say, “BRT in Iran”, all you have to do is add the word BRT or other key words after the word China in the Knoogle box.
CONVERGENCE: Knoogle has been developed as part of a project getting underway – Convergence: Toward a General Theory of Transport in Cities — in which we are looking into ways to create tighter linkages and better coordination between the fast expanding number of programs and agencies that are concerned with issues of sustainable transportation, climate, environment, etc. For full background on this project in process contact email@example.com. And if you wish to get involved or contribute in any way please get in touch.
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Bio: Trained as a development economist, Eric Britton is a public entrepreneur specializing in the field of sustainability and social justice. Professor of Sustainable Development, Economy and Democracy at the Institut Supérieur de Gestion (Paris), he is also MD of EcoPlan Association, an independent advisory network providing strategic counsel for government and business on policy and decision issues involving complex systems, social-technical change and sustainable development. Founding editor of World Streets, his latest work focuses on the subject of equity, economy and efficiency in city transport and public space, and helping governments to ask the right questions -- and in the process, find practical solutions to urgent climate, mobility, life quality and job creation issues. More at: http://wp.me/PsKUY-2p7