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Transport is a fundamental input into the economy, but it need not be motorized
- Tourism, Eco-Tourism and Bicycle-Tourism
A collection of articles.
- Developing Tourism in Indigenous Communities
Taking the first step
- Economic Benefit of Developing Bicycle
- Sustainable Transport and Development Article from IBF News
- Cuba's Bicycle Policy Article from IBF News
- Transport Economics: Who Pays Digest of information
- Transportation, Bicycles and Development Report on bicycle transport in Africa
- India: Bicycle Promotion Among Rural Women Article from IBF News
- India: Kolkata ends hand
- Women For Sustainable Development (Tunisia) Article from IBF News
- Ghana: Women And Mobility Article from IBF News
- Paradise Lost: The Decline of Bicycle Transportation In Asia
- Pedicab (Rickshaw): A Taxi Without An Attitude
Messengers/Couriers Services in Germany
Exporting / Importing Bicycles for Economic Development
- Sustainable Society: Articles
on: Community Sustainability Report Card, Finding Sustainability, Bicycle Balance Sheet,
The Earth Summit Rio 1992, Environmental Limits to Motorization, Sustainable Transport
Math Quiz, Failure of Leadership, Gas Guzzlers Campaign, The World's Best Cities For
Cycling, Non-Motorized Nairobi, Pedalising Eritrea, Pedals For Progress, Foundation For
Urban and Rural Advancement (Uganda), Pedal Power Activities.
- Work Bikes - Bicycles & Pedal Power In The Work Place
Businesses that use bicycles and pedal power in the course of their business
activities and work (police, post, parks, parametics, pedicab, corporate programs, green
business, credit schemes, secure parking, etc.).
- Youth and Young People Bicycle Recycle Programs
Programs teaching young people a vocation, personal
management, business management and give them self-esteem, while promoting bicycling. A
great program for any community.
- IBF Trailer: Assembly Instructions Step-by-step
instructions for building a cargo hauling trailer.
U.S. Contractors in China / Factory Conditions: Huffy Bikes
A report on labor and living conditions in China, including at the factory that produces bicycles
for Huffy, Wal-Mart and Sears. We don't know of any other reports on how
prevailing these conditions are, but a number of other makes of bikes are made
in seemingly similar factories.
IBF's Bicycle / Development / Sustainability
Bibliography / Reading List
Link To Related Internet Resources
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