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SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE PROJECTIONS volume 9 MIT JOURNAL OF PLANNING
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FOUNDER Eryn Deeming MANAGING EDITOR Eva Kassens DESIGN + LAYOUT Marissa Cheng FACULTY ADVISOR Lawrence J Vale MIT JOURNAL OF PLANNING PROJECTIONS volume 9 Dr. Peter Nijkamp Professor in Regional Economics and Economic Geography, Faculty of Economics, Free University Amsterdam Dr. Qing Shen Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, Associate Dean of the School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, University of Maryland Dr. Zmarak Shalizi Independent Scholar, Director of the World Development Report 2003, former Chief of the Transportation Division, World Bank Dr. Christopher Zegras Assistant Professor of Transportation and Urban Planning, Department of Urban Studies & Planning, MIT EDITORIAL BOARD Dr. Arturo Ardila-Gómez Urban Transport Specialist, LCSTR, World Bank Dr. David Banister Professor of Transport Studies, Director of the Transport Studies Unit, Oxford University Dr. Randall Crane Professor of Urban Planning, Associate Director, Institute of Transportation Studies, UCLA Dr. Harry Dimitriou Professor of Planning Studies, Director of the OMEGA Centre, University College London Dr. Ralph Gakenheimer Professor of Urban Planning, Department of Urban Studies & Planning, MIT Dr. Rodrigo Garrido Associate Professor of Freight Transport and Logistics, Department of Transport and Logistics, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile A NOTE OF THANKS Editorship is an adventurous journey. I learned a lot and enjoyed it – and it could not have been possible without my mentors and supporters. First, I would like to thank Larry Vale, my faculty advisor, for his support, his guidance and practical advice throughout the process of bringing this Projections volume to life. I am also grateful to Ezra Glenn for pushing forward this volume and the journal’s future. I would like to thank the authors, who contributed through their knowledge to this volume, iterated patiently through several revisions, and showed tremendous passion for their fields of expertise. I also would like to thank the editors for giving advice that improved this Projections volume significantly. The former managing editors of Projections were very open in sharing advice - thank you Anna Brand, Isabelle Anguelovski and Rachel Healy. I hope you will enjoy the layout of this volume, and would like to thank Marissa for designing and improving the graphic design with her ideas. - EVA KASSENS, 2009
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COVER IMAGE Map courtesy of Eva Kassens; data courtesy of World Resources Institute, 2005. This map shows CO 2 emissions by transport as a percentage of emissions. The more grey the continent, the higher the CO 2 transport emissions in relation to total emission of that continent; the more greeen the continent, the lower the CO 2 transport emissions in relation to total emission of that continent.
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