Call for papers
Teach a beekeeper to cycle – and she will sell cargo bike honey forever. Teach honey consumers to cycle – and they will buy and eat cargo bike honey sometimes. – Is it that simple?
How can ‚cargo bike honey‘ (in german Velohonig) induce, maintain and change development? – in developing countries and in the industrialised world.
Please share and publish your thoughts, ideas and findings about ‚Velohonig for Development‘.
I would like to publish a bundle of your lines, article or ‚paper‘ in July. Please publish it wherever you want – with an open CC licence and please give me a link to it.
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We call that "free money, for honey"https://t.co/8n3rOH3DJ3 @BigGive pic.twitter.com/8OpeUkJGuI
— Bees for Development (@BeesForDev) November 29, 2016
"A bicycle network that is designed to" produce #cargobike #honey. 🙂 cc: @BeezKneezHoney https://t.co/dBsXzltsW6
— Velohonig (@Velohonig) March 29, 2017
The 5th type of Bicyclists: #Veloimker.
A bicycle network that is designed to reduce stress & connect people with where they want to go attracts a larger portion of the population. pic.twitter.com/QwFtP1lUjD
— Alta Planning (@altaplanning) March 25, 2017