transportation

The Green Mama Reviews the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport LE with CRV

A Manhattan Family Without a Car Reviews the Mitsubishi Outlander SUV

We use a car for weekend trips or long-haul road trips and depend on Zipcar, rental cars, or borrowed cars. Therefore, when we do use a car we tend to maximize cargo capacity, need real comfort due to the longer distances and kid's unfamiliarity with riding in the car, and highway mileage is more important than city driving. Since we haven’t owned a car since having children and moving to the New York City, we don't have a lot of experience shopping for or comparing family vehicles.

A Green Family Car? A Review of the Mitsubish EV by The Green Mama

The Mitsubish i-MiEV: An Electric Family Car

I just spent the past 4 days zipping, at a moderate pace, around the Chicago city streets in the Mitsubishi i-MiEV. 

The Real Cost of Air Travel: Flying, Jet-setting, & the Climate

Can you really be green and still fly?

Can you imagine giving up traveling by airplane? It has always been the thing that seemed just a little too impossible to do. Yet, this article written by good friend and climate researcher Barry Saxifrage, shows us why we must consider it.

Linda Solomon's 5 tips for walking to school with your kid

In this guest blog, Linda Solomon of the Vancouver Observer discusses how to make walking to school fun for kids.

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