Travel Sustainably

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Travel Sustainably

We'll be changing our transportation habits with the following weekly challenges:
With the recent oil catastrophe in the Gulf, I'm sure many of us are looking for ways to make a difference. Reducing our addiction to oil and switching to more sustainable modes of transportation will create energy independence, American jobs, and improved health. It's also one of the more challenging areas to change, which is why I think so many of us feel despondent about the Gulf oil disaster.

Luckily, every little bit matters, not only because we're using a little less oil but also because of the message that we send to corporations and the government that we want better cars, more walkable cities, and improved public transportation.

So let's get to it and see if we can travel sustainably in 2010. Come back on Monday for the first transportation challenge.


You have hereby been challenged to go green in a year without going broke! Check out the last challenge, or view the whole list of Challengicious Mondays. Sign up for my RSS feed, follow me on Twitter, and join my "Go Green without Going Broke" group on Facebook!


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