Handbook of Sustainable Travel, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2014

Coordinators: Gärling Tommy, Ettema Dick, Friman Margareta

Language: Anglais

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This volume gathers distinguished researchers on travel behavior from a variety disciplines, to offer state-of-the-art research and analysis encompassing environmental, traffic and transport psychology
Contents Part I. Introduction 1. Overview of Handbook of Sustainable Travel 2. Spatial, Generational and Gendered Trends and Trend-Breaks in Travel 3. Benefits of Travel: Needs versus Constraints 4. Satisfaction and Travel Choices Part II. Car Use 5. The Unsustainability of Car Use 6. Psychological Motives for Car Use 7. Pricing Methods to Influence Car Use 8. Social Marketing of Transportation 9. Psychological Contributions to the Development of Car-Use Reduction Interventions 10. Theoretical Underpinnings of Practical Strategies for Travel Behavior Change Part III. Travel and Social Sustainability 11. Social Exclusion and Travel 12. Rose Tinted Memories as a Cause of Unsustainable Leisure Travel 13. Health and Travel 14. Business Travel Part IV. Future Sustainable Travel 15. Do Future Land-Use Policies Increase Sustainable Travel? 16. Integrated Transportation Solutions: Visions of the Future 17. High Quality Public Transport: Gaining Acceptance of Bus Rapid Transit Systems 18. Non-Motorized Travel as a Sustainable Travel Option 19. E-Commerce and Sustainability 20. The Need to Change How People Think About the Consequences of Travel

Offers wide-ranging research and analysis of the environmental, social and economic aspects of sustainable personal travel

Includes a clear account of how modern car-dependent travel evolved to its current dominance, with insight on how technology and behaviors might be altered towards more sustainability

Provides in-depth discussion of future modes of travel, and alternatives to travel, that could lead toward environmentally sustainable travel