Book in press ” Moving Towards Transition: Commoning Mobility for a Low-Carbon Future”


Together with my fellow co-authors we are happy to announce that our book is scheduled to out at the end of 2021 as part of Just Sustainabilities series of Zed Books/Bloomsbury.


“For anyone interested in the prospects of mobility transitions as we come out of the coronavirus pandemic, this book offers crucial approaches to understanding the complex interplay of movement, meaning, and practice, within constellations of power and policy at many different scales. It spans a remarkably wide array of regions and case studies, and will be an indispensable guide to making future mobile worlds possible.” –  Mimi Sheller, Director, Center for Mobilities Research and Policy, Drexel University

“This exciting book offers a much-needed approach to understanding transitions in everyday mobility, grounded in mobilities thinking and informed by numerous case-studies worldwide. Rather than offering a generic framework, it examines mobility transitions on their own terms in a manner that is at once social, political and geographical, and highlights the importance of power and justice. A must-read for every student, researcher and policymaker wondering how transport can move beyond its carbon dependence.” –  Tim Schwanen, Professor of Transport Studies and Geography, University of Oxford

“To respond to the climate emergency we have to fundamentally rethink how we move around. Moving Towards Transition helps us to do exactly that. For policy makers, students and researchers alike, this book introduces and interrogates the critical challenge of our age – how we rebuild our mobility systems in ways that are zero-carbon and socially-just. This important book offers us a route to common mobility beyond our individual neoliberal world.” –  Paul Chatterton. Professor of Urban Futures. School of Geography, University of Leeds, UK


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