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Streets Ahead

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Streets Ahead

Streets Ahead Podcast

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Cities around the world are finally discovering the pitfalls of a car-centric transport system, with the most progressive cities implementing protected cycle lanes, liveable streets and low traffic neighbourhoods for improved cycling and walking. Each episode, we discuss the news and views in the fast-paced world of active travel, cycling, walking and urban planning in a jargon-free safe space. Streets Ahead is co-hosted by Adam Tranter, Laura Laker and Ned Boulting. See acast.com/privacy fo ...
 
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Chris, Faith, Val and Steve

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Yarra Bicycle Users Group promotes urban cycling. Providing support to campaigns to improve cycling conditions and awareness; demystifies cycling technology and helps to reveal the diversity of cyclists, from children to commuters to lobbyists.
 
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The Clean Energy Show

James Whittingham and Brian Stockton

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A massive green revolution is underway and we've got front row seats! Join us in a weekly conversation about the latest developments in electric vehicles, solar, wind and food tech. A university professor and a comedian share their passion for green tech and have a few laughs along the way.
 
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California moves to bans gas powered lawn equipment, Blackouts in China lead to more coal production, IMF calculates fossil fuel subsidies, and the figure may enrage you! Telsa Shareholder meeting thoughts: Implied the Model Y will be built in Texas with 4680 cells from Fremont, so maybe Berlin will use 2170s and Austin 4680 Production number for t…
 
On this weeks program Chris chats to Alex Dyer, co-chair of Cycle Wellington, Aotearoa. Alex provides an overview of local cycling advocacy, dealing with Wellington City Council, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, attitudes to cycling, Urban Repair Crews guerilla bike lane, Wellington City Council approving 147km citywide cycling network, the need to…
 
A number of high-profile investors are chasing to invest in Slice, a fintech startup that is attempting to expand the market for credit cards in India. Tiger Global is in advanced stages of talks to lead a round of over $100 million in the Bangalore-based startup, sources familiar with the matter told me.…
 
Mauritius and U.K.-based investment company Juven went live today with plans to fund growth-stage technology and consumer companies in Africa. The one-year-old firm is looking to invest large checks in companies “that have proven business models, strong revenue traction and large addressable markets,” it said in a statement.…
 
Both Anchor and Descript have made their names as being among the most significant Podcast creation platforms of recent times, but hoving into the rear-view mirror recently has been Podcastle, an all-in-one platform that can cover off recording, production and publishing, all on the one platform.
 
A punitive EV tax in our home province in Canada will be refunded to us by a non-profit environmental group to embarrass the Saskatchewan government. #SideWalkTax Brian says his Tesla Model 3 standard range plus has plenty of highway range for long trips. Britain pledged to have a green grid by 2035. James watches the Detroit evening news to find t…
 
It seems that a lot of startups are trying to help developers reduce the complexity involved in coding an app. Last week we covered the seed round for RunX, a company that helps developers code back-end cloud resources more quickly. Today, Y Combinator Winter 2021 graduate Wasp announced a $1.5 million seed round to help […]…
 
The Philippines is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world, with geography that makes it vulnerable to typhoons, floods, volcanos, earthquakes and droughts. While working in IT, Felix Ayque began compiling cyclone reports and sending them as email alerts to communities.
 
Val and Faith are joined in another Zoom session by Brunswick rider Alice Verrall. We take a look at the mobility bicycles can offer people living with disabilities and the ways in which cycling infrastructure can work to exclude these riders. Cycling can offer a mobility option to many people excluded from driving or unable to walk, but only if we…
 
In Episode 4, we say farewell to our Series 4 host Remy and meet with Andrew Hunniford, the General Manager of the London Bicycle Cafe, to ask the question “what is bike town?” Thanks for tuning in! Host: Remy Isen Produced and edited by: Remy Isen & Ben Cowie Join Velo Canada Bikes to build a bike-friendly Canada Participate in the Conversation wi…
 
One of the greatest challenges for farmers today is the increasing volatility in the climate, leading to unpredictable weather patterns, making growing conditions challenging. If farmers can’t grow crops, then our food security is as risk. Gradually, the field of agtech is attempting to address this issue. There are increasing numbers of FaaS (farm…
 
When engineers are building software, they often run into issues around testing it without using actual customer data. Creating a meaningful test set can be time-consuming and challenging. Tonic.ai, a startup that helps engineers create synthetic data sets is trying to fix that, and today the company announced a $35 million Series B. Insight Partne…
 
For many financial institutions in Southeast Asia, verifying new customers takes a week or two, said the founders of Verihubs. The startup cuts that time down to as little as five seconds, using AI-based identity authentication technology and APIs that let companies continue verifying returning customers through SMS, WhatsApp or flash calls. Verihu…
 
GM told Bolt owners to park 50ft away from other cars in case of fire yet a Bolt EV was spotted at a CFL stadium full of thousands of people. What James Learned Tesla megapacks aren't full shipping container size Bigger, slower wind turbines still kill birds but far fewer The advantages to electric construction equipment Speed bumps in India are so…
 
On this weeks show Chris and Steve chat about an unpleasantly exciting week in Melbourne including increased use of shared bike paths during lockdown 6, creative Nirvana-inspired Strava art in Adelaide and what the UK petrol shortage can tell about short term politics, short term improvements for cycling, changing logistics and reliance upon fossil…
 
Cobo, a Singapore-based crypto asset management platform, raised a $40 million Series B to accelerate the development of decentralized finance as a service (DFaaS). The round was co-led by DST Global, A&T Capital and IMO Ventures. The company will use its proceeds for the development of DeFi as a service (DFaaS) infrastructure and its existing […]…
 
Meet Tatum, a blockchain infrastructure startup that wants to make it much easier to develop your own blockchain-based product. The company operates a platform-as-a-service product so that you don’t have to manage your own nodes and learn how to interact with each client. Tatum is participating in TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield at TechCrunch Disr…
 
French startup Alan is better known for its health insurance products — they now insure 200,000 people. But it has been slowly building a superapp for your health and expanding with new services. Today, the company announced its first acquisition ever with the acquisition of Jour for $20 million. This is going to be the […]…
 
We try to ease the fears of a listener who wants to buy a new EV after hearing about a battery replacement cost in a Tesla. Toyota decides not to transition to EVs because they don’t feel like it! General Motors says ‘don’t be caught dead within 50 feet of a Chevy Bolt!’ Tesla reluctantly agrees to honur signed contracts for solar roof after judge …
 
The decreasing cost of launch and a slew of other tech innovations have brought about a renaissance in geospatial intelligence, with multiple startups aiming to capture higher-quality and more frequent images of Earth than have ever before been available. Most of these startups, however, are focused on using satellites to collect data. Not so for […
 
Fivetran, the data connectivity startup, had a big day today. For starters it announced a $565 million investment on $5.6 billion valuation, but it didn’t stop there. It also announced its second acquisition this year, snagging HVR, a data integration competitor that had raised over $50M, for $700 million in cash and stock.…
 
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