Tuesday, March 15, 2011

"The Greenest Routes from A to B" 3/24 at MTU

From pedestrian streets to urban bikesharing to modern streetcars to renewable fuels, innovative options for green travel are expanding around North America and the world. What makes these travel modes green? And which are the greenest ways to get around?

I’ll be talking about some of the best examples of green transport at Michigan Technological University on Thursday evening, March 24th at 7 p.m. My one-hour presentation, “The Greenest Routes from A to B,” is part of MTU’s Earth Week, organized and sponsored by Students for Environmental Sustainability.

The group will give out copies of Divorce Your Car! to the earliest arrivals at the event, while supplies last. There will be about a half-hour for questions and discussion after the presentation.

If you’re anywhere near Houghton on March 24th, please join us in Room U115 of the MTU M&M building. I’m delighted to be able to present news of some exciting recent developments in green travel, and I look forward to seeing you there!

Photo credits: Katie Alvord; B-cycle; www.pedbikeimages.org


  1. Useful information shared..I am very happy to read this article..thanks for giving us nice info.Fantastic walk-through.Bike Trailer

  2. Interesting, hope there are more greener routes like this.