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Sustainable Development Goal Indicators are technical, but also political

The search is underway for the right indicators to accompany the goals and targets of the SDGs. This is, on paper, a ‘technical process’ conducted by experts. This blog post draws attention to some of the ways in which the process is also intensely political.


Book Revew: RAILPOLITIK bringing railways back to the community, by P. Salveson

Andrew Seedhouse‘s review of ‘RAILPOLITIK bringing railways back to the community‘, by P. Salveson, emphasises how the author has applied his research findings to the rail industry and his experience of each is communicated within the book.

RAILPOLITIK bringing railways back to the community

Follow this link to read Seedhouse’s review of ‘a stimulating and genuinely interesting think piece’.

This review is published with the kind permission of Elsevier. It is also available via Science Direct, published in The Journal of Transport Geography, Vol 41, Andrew Seedhouse, RAILPOLITIK bringing railways back to the community, P. Salveson. Lawrence & Wishart, London (2013) £14.99 (pbk), ISBN 9781907103810  page 349, Copyright Elsevier (2014)