By Becky Striepe on November 18, 2011
For many of us, travel is a fact of life during the holidays, and with a bit of planning, you can make sure your holiday travel plans are a little bit better for the planet.
By Becky Striepe on March 14, 2011
Congestion charging started in London back in 2003, and they extended the covered area in 2007. Basically, cars that want to drive in certain high-traffic areas have to pay a toll or face a fine. Since launching the program, London has seen a six percent increase in bus ridership.
By Derek Markham on January 15, 2009
With the volatility of the global oil market and a recession creeping up on us, we’re all looking for ways to pinch pennies. Getting better gas mileage from our vehicles not only saves us money, but will also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions due to less fossil fuel use. It’s a step in the right [...]