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Cars, Sprawl Are Killing Us: American Public Health Association

If there is any doubt that locating in car-oriented poor-transit served office parks and residing in likewise-vehicle-dependent low-density suburbs are injurious to our health--and one reason why healthcare costs are so high--a new report by the American Public Health Association,...

Contributing Sources of Weird Weather? Look In The Mirror

I live in the Pacific Northwest where the weather for the past several days resembles what has become the norm on the East Coast: hazy, hot, and humid. The smaller businesses and most homes in this part of the world aren't...

Green Transportation: Upcoming Pacific Northwest Intercity/Regional Rail Conference

Intercity and commuter/regional rail offers, when done right, a greener alternative to driving and flying not only in reduced energy consumption but also in enabling compact high-density and walkable development on existing brownfield lands as opposed to car-oriented low-density greenspace-munching...

New Year's Resolution: Enabling Green Access Via New Rapid Transit Systems in 2009

For businesses, institutions, and contact centers looking for truly greener fields to cut down on their environmental footprints there will be several new opportunities to do just that, by locating their offices near the stations of new rapid transit lines...

Another Great Reason To Truly (No Sprawl) Go Green: Your Health and Healthcare

"Just go out for a breath of air/And you'll be ready for Medicare"--Tom LehrerThe Canadian Medical Association released a literally devastating report earlier this month titled: "No Breathing Room: National Illness Costs of Air Pollution" that bears out the brilliance, prescience,...

To go green, avoid greenfields for offices and homes

There have been a lot of articles lately about green buildings and homes. So when I find out about the ones located in 'office parks' and low-density subdivisions on what had just been open space i.e. 'greenfield development' I just...
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