- Stimulus money spent on rail has gotten nearly as much scorn as Sloyndra but Michael Grunwald1)Who wrote a whole book defending of the impact of the stimulus. that this is completely undeserved.
- Buying bottled water from drought stricken California. Crazier than buying water from Fiji?
- “For more Americans to choose healthier food they must have a basic sense of security about their future.”
- A decade and a half after Bowling Alone (which I reviewed here), our un-neighborliness continues to increase–with consequences for our health and our politics.
- If you have tried to walk anywhere on windy, overly wide suburban roads with no services for miles, you know the frustration that would make anyone give up walking-and active lifestyles overall.
- The small minority of scientists who maintain contrarian views on climate change are asked far more frequently to pontificate to the media than their peers, which feeds the continuing unbalanced coverage in the media of climate change–see John Oliver for a more balanced approach.
- Meanwhile, the worst case scenarios for climate change are looking worse as Antarctic ice has the potential to cause more sea rise and faster than previously thought.
- Is air-conditioning Sustainable (in the multi-faceted capital-S sense)? Well we can certainly agree that it has remade us.
- Title says it all: “Not a single person has died using bike share in the US.”
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