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agenda 2030 is based af fam tbqh

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Written by Ida Auken, Member of Parliament, Parliament of Denmark (Folketinget)

>By 2030, your CO2 emissions will be greatly reduced. Meat on your dinner table will be a rare sight. Water and the air you breathe will be cleaner and nature will be in recovery. The money in your wallet will be spent on being with family and friends, not on buying goods. Saving the climate involves huge change, but it could make us much happier at the same time.

>You walk out of your front door in the morning into a green and liveable city, where concrete has dwindled and green facades and parks are spreading. If you choose to call a car, an algorithm will calculate the smartest route for the vehicle and pick up a few other people on the way.

>Since the city council’s ban on private cars in the city, lots of new mobility services have arrived. It is cheaper for you not to own your own car, which, in turn, reduces congestion so you arrive at your destination more easily and quickly and don’t have to spend time looking for somewhere to park. You can also choose to travel by bike, scooter or public transit.

>The air you breathe in the city is cleaner because there are far fewer cars on the streets and the rest are electric – all electricity is green in fact. There is less noise and much more space for parks and pedestrian streets since all the parking space became available. For lunch you can choose from dozens of exciting meals – most of them are plant-based, so you eat more healthily and are more environmentally friendly than when lunch meant choosing between five types of burger.
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Pubic Transport Jingles

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Best train arrival/departure jingle?

Taipei Bannan Line Arrival for me
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LA public transport

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I'm moving to LA soon but would really like to get rid of my car since I think my insurance premiums will go up (coming from Atlanta) and my cars probably not gonna last more than a year or so longer (2005 nissan sentra, 160k miles). Not to mention I dislike traffic and would rather not worry about dying on the roads every day.

Assuming I live somewhere near downtown/koreatown, how feasible is it to live in LA long-term with no car? My idea would be to use public transit combined with maybe a Lime-type scooter that I would buy on Amazon. Or if it's cooler, just cycling. I've heard that I shouldn't ditch the car from some former LA residents and I imagine they know very well what they're talking about but I'm interested in /n/'s take.
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Damn this plane kicks like a mule when it lands.

I was talking to a first officer and apparently hard A380 landings are completely normal. They really like to slam them down and compress your spine a bit
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No.1440161 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Say it with me, the DC-10 and the MD-11 are the safest planes produced
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No.1442033 ViewReplyOriginalReport
With modern technologies coul a single engine plane of the size of a DHC-6 or larger work?

post pajeet trains

No.1431954 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
can we have a serious pajeet train thread
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What are some weird things you saw on the road?

No.1434383 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Or just post weird road pictures that you found on the internet.
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Mountain Biking General

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What does /n/ ride
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