Elsevier, Transport Policy, Volume 111, September 2021
How accessibility instruments contribute to a low carbon mobility transition: Lessons from planning practice in the Munich region
The accessibility concept provides a suitable framework for the achievement of sustainable land use and transport systems. Environmental and climate concerns have gained particular relevance among sustainability goals in recent years, thus reshaping political agendas all over the world. Against this background, this paper explores the practical relevance of accessibility instruments for low carbon mobility planning.
Elsevier, Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume 118, 15 May 2017
International policies to reduce plastic marine pollution from single-use plastics (plastic bags and microbeads): A review
Marine plastic pollution has been a growing concern for decades. Single-use plastics (plastic bags and microbeads) are a significant source of this pollution. Although research outlining environmental, social, and economic impacts of marine plastic pollution is growing, few studies have examined policy and legislative tools to reduce plastic pollution, particularly single-use plastics (plastic bags and microbeads). This paper reviews current international market-based strategies and policies to reduce plastic bags and microbeads.