The ninth issue of Taking the Lane examines the role of the bicycle in preparing for, surviving, and rebuilding after emergencies. Essays range from the preparation for and aftermath of earthquakes and hurricanes to a personal health crisis to big questions about climate and energy. Learn what it’s like to ride through a city that’s just been devastated by an earthquake or hurricane. Read an emergency manager’s counterintuitive advice on how to make an emergency plan. Be reminded that something as simple as getting on a bicycle really can save your life, someone else’s, or be part of a global solution.
Illustrated interviews by Katura Reynolds provide even more voices and resources.
The sliding scale pricing is on the honor system and totally up to you — no need to explain or ask permission for your choice of price! The options available, in all their incomplete imperfection, are based on the average U.S. wage gap and are taken from the 2010 data on this chart. Confused? Read more about this on the blog.