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Reviews of How We Can Save the Planet

Books and major reports

How We Can Save the Planet: Preventing Global Climate Catastrophe (with Tina Fawcett and Sudhir Chella Rajan), New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St Martin's Press, March 2008

Afterword: Where do we go from here? in Surviving Climate Change: the Struggle to Avert Global Catastrophe by David Cromwell and Mark Levene, Pluto Press, 2007

The Suicidal Planet: How to Prevent Global Climate Catastrophe (with Tina Fawcett and Sudhir Chella Rajan), New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martins Press, April 2007

Living in a Low Carbon World (ed. with Tina Fawcett), Proceedings of PSI/UKERC Conference, London, 30 June 2005

In conversation (with the author), Epilogue to the second edition of High Tide: News From a Warming World  by Mark Lynas, Harper Perennial, 2005

How We Can Save the Planet (with Tina Fawcett), Penguin Books, 2004

Climate change and a sustainable transport policy in Turning the Corner? A Reader in Contemporary Transport Policy (ed. Francis Terry), Blackwell Publishing, 2004

The relevance of climate change to the future of walking and cycling in Creating Sustainable Transport: Planning for Walking and Cycling in Western Cities by R.S. Tolley, Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing., 2004

Introduction to Stuart Waiton’s Generations Apart, Sheffield Hallam University Press, May 2001

Modelling and Appraisal of Cycling and Walking Projects (with Babtie Group-Allott Transportation,and Cyclists Touring Club), Report to the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, February 2001

The Future of Northern Ireland Railways: Retention of the Network or Partial or Total Bus Substitution, Report for the Northern Ireland Railways, August 2000

Closing rural railways (with David Wiggins) in Town and Country (eds. Anthony Barnett and Roger Scruton), Jonathan Cape, 1999

Cycling and Health: the Effects of Regular Cycling on a Sample of Previous Non-Cyclists (with H. Boyd, A. Nevill, A. Pearce and W. Tuxworth), Final Report for the DETR and the TRL, Allott and Lomax, 1998

Curbing Shorter Car Journeys: Prioritising the Alternatives
Friends of the Earth Trust, 1998

Neighbourhood Safety in Research Findings in Primary Geography The Geographical Association, 1998

The potential of non-motorised transport for promoting health and Public policy on the green modes and Cycling as the most realistic substitute for car use in urban areas: burying the conventional myth about public transport in The Greening of Urban Transport (ed. R. Tolley), John Wiley and Sons, 1997

Children, transport and the quality of urban life in Growing Up in a Changing Urban Landscape (ed. R. Camstra), Assen, Netherlands: Van Gorcum & Company, 1997

Health promotion: the potential of non-motorised transport in Health at the Crossroads: Transport Policy and Urban Health (eds. A. Fletcher and A. McMichael), John Wiley and Son, 1997

Speed Control and Transport Policy (with Stephen Plowden), Policy Studies Institute, June 1996

In favour of the compact city in The Compact City: A Sustainable Urban Form (eds. M. Jenks, E. Burton and K. Williams), Spon Press, 1996

Urban community health and cycling in Research and Change in Urban Community Health (eds. N. Bruce, J. Springett, J. Hotchkiss and A. Scott-Samuel), Avebury Press, 1995

Children’s freedom and safety (with John Adams) in Beyond the Car (eds. S. Zielinski and G. Laird), Steel Rail Publications and Transportation Options, Toronto, Canada, 1995

Time for Change: Setting Clocks Forward by One Hour Throughout the Year - a New Review of the Evidence, Policy Studies Institute, October 1993

Cycle Helmets: the Case For and Against, Policy Studies Institute, August 1993

Children, transport and the quality of urban life (ed. and contributor), Policy Studies Institute, July 1993

Social goals for transport policy in Health and Wellbeing: a Reader, Macmillan (in association with the Open University), 1993

A prominent role for walking and cycling in future transport policy (with Johanna Cleary) in Travel Sickness: the Need for a Sustainable Transport Policy for Britain (eds. John Roberts, Johanna Cleary, Kerry Hamilton and Judith Hanna), Lawrence and Wishart, 1992

Cycling: Towards Health and Safety A report for the British Medical Association, Oxford University Press, 1992

Wealth Beyond Measure: An Atlas of New Economics (with Paul Ekins and Robert Hutchison), Gaia Books, 1992. Also published in the United States as Green Economics: the Gaia Atlas, Anchor Books, Doubleday, 1992

Healthy transport policy in Health Through Public Policy: the Greening of Public Health (ed. Peter Draper), Greenprint, 1991

Reviving the City: Towards Sustainable Urban Development (with Tim Elkin and Duncan McLaren), Friends of the Earth with Policy Studies Institute, 1991

One False Move: a Study of Children’s Independent Mobility (with John Adams and John Whitelegg), Policy Studies Institute, 1991

The pedestrian in public policy in Current Issues in Planning (eds. Sylvia Trench and Taner Oc), Gower Publishing Company, 1990 

Planning for the green modes: a critique of public policy and practice in The Greening of Urban Transport: Planning for Walking and Cycling in Western Cities (ed. Rodney Tolley), Belhaven Press, 1990
 
Environmental Perspectives and the Quality of Life, 1995-2010, United Kingdom A report for the European Foundation for the Improvement of Working and Living Conditions, 1990

Summertime in the European Community A report for the European Commission, 1989

Making the Most of Daylight Hours: the Costs and Benefits of Moving an Hour of Daylight from the Morning to the Evening Policy Studies Institute, 1988

Putting the Clock Forward by One Hour Policy Studies Institute, Occasional Paper 40, 1987

Not a carborne democracy and Unfreedom road in Transport Sociology: Social Aspects of Transport Planning (ed. E. de Boer), Pergamon Press, 1986

Road Safety: What Next? (ed.) Proceedings of a conference at Policy Studies Institute, 1986

Less Fuel, More Jobs: the Promotion of Energy Conservation in Buildings (with Alan Bollard), Policy Studies Institute, 1985

Conservation’s Contribution to UK Self Sufficiency Heinemann Educational Books, 1984

Danger on the Road: the Needless Scourge (with Stephen Plowden), Policy Studies Institute, 1984

Getting about locally in Decision Making in Britain: Transport (with Reg Harman), The Open University Press, 1983

Energy and Personal Travel: Obstacles to Conservation (with Anne Whalley), Policy Studies Institute, 1983

Walking: the neglected transport mode (with Anne Whalley) in Creating Livable Cities (ed. Norman Pressman), University of Waterloo, 1981

The Future of Rural Railways (ed.), Proceedings of a conference, Policy Studies Institute, 1981

Conference on Walking (ed.), Proceedings of a conference, Policy Studies Institute, 1980
 
The relevance of walking to the formulation of transport policy (with Anne Whalley) in Transport and Public Policy Planning (eds. Peter Hall and David Banister), 1980
 
The Social Consequences of Rail Closures (with Anne Whalley), Policy Studies Institute, 1980

Walking is Transport (with Anne Whalley), Policy Studies Institute, 1979

Movement systems in British new towns (with Stephen Potter), in International Urban Growth Policies: New Town Contribution, (ed. G. Golany), John Wiley, 1978

Fair play for all: a tudy of access for sport and informal recreation (with Anne Whalley), Political and Economic Planning, 1977

Transport realities and planning policy (with Irwin Henderson and Anne Whalley), Political and Economic Planning, 1976

Personal mobility and transport policy (with Irwin Henderson and Anne Whalley), Political and Economic Planning, 1973

Towards the linear new town in Essays in Local Government Enterprise (ed. E. Hillman), The Merlin Press, 1965