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Why Bicycle Justice Isn’t a White Guy in Spandex

In 2010, Burton and a core group of organizers officially launched Red, Bike, and Green. “It’s bigger than bikes” is one of the group’s slogans.

Reclaiming Public Space - A Peak Experience

Being fit enough to walk a few miles without effort is as important to resilience as solar panels, a sealed and insulated attic, or a bicycle in working order.

Suffocating Cities

Air pollution is a full-on, flashing-lights, health emergency.

Germany Joins Europe's Bike Highway Revolution

Leave it to Germany to build a bicycle autobahn that connect 10 cities within its borders.

Why I Strongly Support Bike Paths, Which I Basically Never Use

The past week or two have been good ones for bicycling in Wichita.

Retrofitting Suburbia: Communities Innovate Their Way Out of Sprawl

Saddled with traffic congestion and infrastructural erosion, can suburbia be retrofitted into a sustainable model of development and adapt to a post-oil world?

The Outlook for Electric Vehicles  

Electric vehicles are all the rage right now, and hopes are high that we might finally be able to transition off of oil and on to electric cars…preferably, cars powered by clean renewable electricity and not by coal-fired grid power.

Moving Beyond the Autobahn: Germany’s New Bike Highways

With the recent opening of a “bike highway,” Germany is taking the lead in Europe by starting to build a network of wide, dedicated bicycle thoroughfares designed to lure increasing numbers of commuters out of their cars and onto two wheels.

Shipping Emissions Must Be Tackled at COP21 with Advances such as Sail Power

Maritime shipping emissions must be part of the global solution.

The Movement to Make Every American Community Walkable

Tell me your zip code and I can tell you how healthy you are....

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