Posts Tagged ‘transportation’

Get Out and Ride in Honor of National Bike Month

Get Out and Ride: The Biofriendly Benefits of Ridi...

May 12th, 2014

May is National Bike Month and this week, May 12th through May 16th, is Bike to Work Week. That means it’s time to get out and ride. Established back in 1956, National Bike Month is a way to encourage people to get out and use their own pedal power... Read More


When it Comes to Green Buildings, Energy and Trans...

April 18th, 2014

This Earth Day attention is being drawn to the concept of green cities. When a city becomes “green” it becomes more sustainable, generates fewer harmful emissions, increases its dependency on renewable energies, becomes more environmentally-friendly and lowers its overall carbon footprint. A green city is a clean city, inside... Read More

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Eco-Friendly New Year’s Resolutions to Start...

December 31st, 2013

It’s that time of year again. Time to ring in the new year! To help you start your year off right, I wanted to give you a few eco-friendly new year’s resolutions you might want to add to your list. Some of the most popular new year’s resolutions involve... Read More

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Fuel Economy Tips for the Holidays...

December 9th, 2013

Traveling for the holidays has become somewhat of a tradition for many families here in the United States and around the world. Some of our travels will only take us a few miles down the road, while others may lead us across the country. If you plan on driving... Read More

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CicLAvia and WalkLAvia: Healthy Transportation Tak...

October 4th, 2013

If you have ever driven through downtown Los Angeles, whether in rush hour traffic or not, you are probably well aware of the horrible gridlock that regularly turns city streets into virtual parking lots. You may also be aware of the stifling pollution that rises above the streets and... Read More

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Biofriendly Tips to Help You Extend the Life of Yo...

June 17th, 2013

The kids are out of school, summer is here and despite rising gas prices many families are planning to hit the road at some point this summer. In fact millions of people are expected to be making a trek to their favorite vacation destinations this year. Some will be... Read More

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Earth Day: How to Get Your Kids Involved...

April 18th, 2013

This year Earth Day is all about educating people on climate change and the effect it is having on people all around the world. It goes way beyond that, however, as this Earth Day strives to highlight the exceptional acts being taken by people, like you and me, to... Read More

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3 Areas Where Students Can Impact Their Environmen...

March 16th, 2013

While colleges and universities are making strides towards more sustainable campuses there is still a lot students themselves can do to lessen their impact on the local environment. This is especially true when we consider the fact most locations, where institutions of higher learning exist, see a major rise... Read More

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10 Money-Saving Transportation Tips...

October 3rd, 2012

According to reports, the average American travels in their vehicle an estimated 37 miles each and every day. That is over 13,000 miles per person, per year, which is double the amount we drove 30 odd years ago. Needless to say, such transportation habits can and are having a... Read More

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Green Comes in All Shapes and Sizes...

August 30th, 2012

Image by dorena-wm / Creative Commons Going green isn’t just a saying, it is a way of life. Many people incorporate green actions into their daily routines, often without even realizing it. While some may think you are not being truly “green” unless you have solar panels on your... Read More