The Work

Reducing the need to travel, and encouraging low and zero carbon modes of transport to reduce emissions.

Emissions from transport make up a third of a British person’s footprint, with car use and air travel being both popular yet polluting forms of transportation. The One Planet vision is one where it is easy for people to walk and cycle and low and zero-carbon modes are provided.

This means a shift in thinking from the top-down and the bottom-up. Cities and towns need to be planned to facilitate and prioritise walking and cycling. Homes should be built with easy to access cycle storage, where people don’t have to walk past their car every time they leave their house. Places must be better connected with cheap, clean, decent public transport. And a shift in culture is needed where the motor car is not the default mode of transport, but rather the last resort – and where car-clubs, electric vehicles and those run on alternative fuels satisfy this demand.

To see commissioned photographer Jonathan Goldberg’s response to this category click here.

  • Louise Yates Photo by: Louise Yates
    Re-fuelling
  • Kevin Claxton Photo by: Kevin Claxton
    Pointing The Right Way
  • Annette Radford Photo by: Annette Radford
    Every Good Turn deserves another
  • Joss Morfitt Photo by: Joss Morfitt
    Home Time
  • Sophie Sheinwald Photo by: Sophie Sheinwald
    Family pit stop in Hove
  • Lesley Taylor Photo by: Lesley Taylor
    Rainbow crossing
  • Thurstan Crockett Photo by: Thurstan Crockett
    Winter sunset - best seen by bike
  • Edward Thomas Photo by: Edward Thomas
    Chain reaction...
  • Calum Parsons Photo by: Calum Parsons
    Cyclists enjoying the sunshine
  • Lynda Kelly Photo by: Lynda Kelly
    Bike Mode
  • Mimi Butler Photo by: Mimi Butler
    Aaron's Bicycles workshop, Farm road
  • Jo Brooksbank Photo by: Jo Brooksbank
    Handlebar Gardens
  • Les Gunbie Photo by: Les Gunbie
    Brighton buses on London Road
  • Antonios Kotsonias Photo by: Antonios Kotsonias
    Free Yourself
  • Lee Radford Photo by: Lee Radford
    An eye on the past
  • Jacob Penketh Photo by: Jacob Penketh
    A step in the right direction
  • Rich Howorth Photo by: Rich Howorth
    Two Wheels Good
  • Maga Esberg Photo by: Maga Esberg
    Kids
  • Lina Soblyte Photo by: Lina Soblyte
    Paddle boarding on peaceful Brighton beach with no trace
  • Andy Broomfield Photo by: Andy Broomfield
    Battle Royale Cycle Racing at Circus Street Market
  • Kelly Roche Photo by: Kelly Roche
    Increasingly people are using bikes to get around the city of Brighton and Hove.
  • Morten Watkins Photo by: Morten Watkins
    Various modes of transport illustrated, both public and private, sustainable and not, near Brighton station.
  • Jane Newman Photo by: Jane Newman
    Power to the pedal
  • Juliet Morris Photo by: Juliet Morris
    Waiting for the 700 Coastliner. The amazing bus service in Brighton and Hove contributes to the journey towards sustainable travel
  • Erika Szostak Photo by: Erika Szostak
    Skater at The Level.
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