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  • 1. Green  Drinks  China,  Shanghai,  12th  September  2013  
  • 2. Why  is  Transporta.on  and  Land  Use  so   interconnected?  
  • 3. Migration was an important part of early human’s search for food and was essentially a Transportation / Land Use model.
  • 4. Global  Biodiversity  
  • 5. Early  Human  MigraBon  
  • 6. Does  Land  Use  create  the  need  for   Transporta.on?  
  • 7. The seasonal migration of nomadic omnivores gave way to permanent agricultural settlements that, in turn, gave way to the first cities.
  • 8. Transportation is a result of the need to utilize land use.
  • 9. In contemporary times, fueled by the popularity of the automobile, personal mobility has become an expression of freedom.
  • 10. However, time spent on commutes and waiting in traffic as well as the environmental consequences of the internal combustion engine have made the desire for personal mobility and surface transportation in general a significant detriment to our quality of life.
  • 11. Modal  Share  of  China’s     TransportaBon  Emissions   (ca.  2007)  
  • 12. Thank  You!   William  A.  Aultman   +86  155  0211  8476   aultman@gmail.com   cn.linkedin.com/in/williamaultman/