Sustainable Transport. English / German
Why journalism about transport? Researching my suburban near future scenario allowed me to see how transport systems are like a bloodstream for the global human creature. Making transport sustainable is one of our most pressing challenges if we are to survive the 21 st Century. I look at interconnected issues in sustainable transport, society, industry and government, as well as reporting the latest news in zero-emission transport technology.
Hyundai Elevator, article on electrive.com
Berliner Zeitung English edition
On the news desk at electrive.com
Feminise the Streets!
Testosterone increases our physical strength and ability to take risks. But large quantities of it should not be a prerequisite for using public streets. Now don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against testosterone. For a woman, I probably have a shitload of it.
I began writing articles for electrive.com in 2018.
A few more recent examples:
1 September 2020
BYD opens electric bus battery factory in Brazil
25 August 2020
Silent Luxury for life's final journey
29 July 2020
The Deliverator brings Wahlburgers to Key West
Do you belong here?
Berlin Do you belong? Why? Personally, deep down, I’m never sure if I do.
I’m a bit of a freak. I literally used to be a circus strong woman. I’m definitely human, that much I’m sure of. Maybe some of us would sometimes like to disown the human race, in all of our writhing and awkward convulsions as the world inexorably changes around us. But if you’re feeling uncomfortable with the state of the world right now, you’re probably human.
Humans have a fundamental need to belong. It’s how we survive. Without belonging to a group, even a family or friendship group, who will look after us? Who will stand up for us?
Feature for electrive.com:
Interview with Barton Sidles from Hubject on Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) in California
In an online meeting between Berlin and Los Angeles, Carrie Hampel interviewed Hubject’s Senior Director of Corporate and Business Development Barton Sidles about the new Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) rule set by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).