Health Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT)

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    Health Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT)

    The HEAT tool calculates cycling’s benefits to society and shows that cycling reduces mortality. Calculating the financial benefits of cycling to a community is a complex task. But it’s made easy by the HEAT online calculator of health benefits from cycling, developed by the WHO. Austria is already saving more than €1,200 per person every read more

    30 May 2013

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    A Campus Design & Policy Handbook

    Students are known for living on the edge. Their lives are packed full of academic work and socialising, with little time for sleep. This lifestyle demands mobility with 24/7 flexibility on and off campus, all on a student budget. The bicycle is perfect for them. This is why university towns frequently have the largest numbers read more

    24 May 2013

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    How to double cycling in Europe

    ECF’s Scientists for Cycling network is set to hold its annual conference on 10 June in Vienna. Scientists from all over the world will discuss ways to increase cycling in Europe and will present their ideas. We have met three of them and wanted to know how research can help people to cycle more often. read more

    15 May 2013

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    Velo-citizen: Oliver O’Brien

    The first winner of a free conference package has been identified. It is Mr. Oliver O’Brien, researcher at The Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) at University College London. We asked him a few questions to introduce Mr. Oliver O’Brien as one of the lucky winners – the Velo-citizens – receiving a free attendance to read more

    30 August 2012