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According to a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), pedestrian deaths in the U.S. increased by 35 percent between 2008 and 2017....

Mar 4, 2019 Blog Post

Why would we assume that transportation would be the one sphere of modern life in which my children are just like my parents?

Mar 1, 2019 Blog Post

The primary threat to green space in Denver is not skyscrapers or apartments constructed to accommodate new people. It’s roads, driveways and parking lots we’ve...

Feb 25, 2019 Blog Post

The Keystone Pipeline has already suffered multiple spills, including a 210,000-gallon spill in November 2017. A geographic analysis of the pipeline finds that it likely...

Feb 22, 2019 Blog Post

This President’s Day weekend, auto dealers will once again try to lure Americans into showrooms, hoping to attract them with holiday deals. After the...

Feb 15, 2019 Blog Post
The Hidden Costs of Risky Auto Loans to Consumers and Our Communities

In much of America, owning a car is the price of admission to society. Owning a car is also expensive, and drives millions of households...

Feb 13, 2019 Report

After 20 years in Columbia, Maryland, my partner's mom recently accepted a job offer in Jackson, Mississippi, and made the move. When she got there,...

Feb 13, 2019 Blog Post

Late last year, I took a trip with a friend to watch the demolition of the retired Mt. Tom coal-fired power plant in Holyoke, Massachusetts....

Feb 8, 2019 Blog Post

The tempering of our appetites is critically important to our physical and spiritual health, and it is a crucial step in healing our environment.

Feb 8, 2019 Blog Post
Toxic Threats to Our Rivers, Lakes, and Streams

Our lakes, rivers, streams and creeks provide us with water to drink, give character to our most beautiful natural places, and give us places to...

Feb 7, 2019 Report

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