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WPS No.26 | Nikolaeva, A. et al. (2017)| A new politics of mobility: Commoning movement, meaning and practice in Amsterdam and Santiago

The paper focuses on recent theorisations of the commons and sharing practices that have gained traction in geographic and urban studies literatures. Drawing on global comparative research on low-carbon mobility transitions, this paper argues that critical mobilities scholars can rethink and expand the understading of mobility through engagement with commons thinking. Moreover, it develops a new concept, ‘commoning mobility’, that can help realise fairer and greener mobilities and more inclusive, collaboratively governed cities.

This paper has now been published open access in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.