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Oct 13

The Most Compelling Benefits of Riding a Bike Instead of Driving

It has been long established that riding a bike is the way to go if you want to make a difference for your environment. Cars can be real detrimental to the environment and sacrificing a bit of speed in favor of a healthier world is something that many will take gladly.  However, many are no …

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Jan 10

5 Green Campus Activities for Eco-Minded Students

The time you spend in college provides you with myriad opportunities. Not only are you expanding your base of knowledge and preparing for your future career by earning a degree, but you also get to try all kinds of new things, make new friends and future business connections, and learn how to take care of …

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Oct 04

The Emerging Bicycle Economy in Portland and New York City

It’s no surprise to learn that there’s a thriving bicycle subculture that’s been steadily emerging in places like New York, Portland, and Los Angeles for the better part of the last five to seven years. As our nation (and the rest of the world) becomes more and more concerned with environmentalism, sustainability, and frugality, cycling …

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Jun 12

Vietnam Green Travel Tips

The travel options in Vietnam are endless, whether you are hoping to visit the big cities, relax by the beach, or cruise through Halong Bay. For a chance to get back to nature and experience some stunning scenery visit the hills of Sapa Valley and trek through remote hill tribe villages. If you are more …

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Oct 18

Guest Post: How to Get in Shape and Help the Environment

There are many different methods to get in shape, build muscle, and lose fat. Many of these methods, such as biking, running, and jogging, can also help the environment by reducing gas emissions from a conventional automobile. No matter how you choose to get in shape, you should always try to combine your methods with …

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