Issue 5: Connect

Okay, team, here’s Issue 5. I’ve decided, most likely, on there being 8 weekly issues and then we’ll see about going monthly. These things are fun to do but time-consuming and I have a whole bunch of other opportunities to pursue/consider right now as well. Sign up for free so you don’t miss an issue (click…

GreenBiz

Cool. My recent scooter article for Ensia has also been published on SmartCitiesDive and now GreenBiz. These are very interesting sites with lots of up-to-date news about all aspects of triple-bottom-line sustainability. I’m happy for my work to be part of them. See related posts: “A Moon Cycle. The Refrigerated Lifespan of Yogurt. Short.” Light…

Now on SmartCitiesDive.com

Oh, cool! My scooter article for Ensia was republished on SmartCitiesDive.com. Dive in (or get there while scooting or Traveling at the Speed of Bike). See related posts: “A Moon Cycle. The Refrigerated Lifespan of Yogurt. Short.” Light at the End of the Tunnel Scooting Along Connecting the Dots My Fifty Cents Worth Knee-Deep in…

“A moon cycle. The refrigerated lifespan of yogurt. Short.”

Ever wonder how long scooters last before they are trashed or scrapped, and what’s being done about it? You’ve come to the right place. The scooter article on which I’ve been working for the environmental news organization, Ensia*, was published yesterday. Its focus is on the short lifespan of scooters and how cities should (but…

Wishing tree

There is a wishing tree on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus, and I stop while Traveling at the Speed of Bike to read the laminated tags and wonder, yet again, about what I wish were different. I continue my ride and find examples of things that are not quite right everywhere. There is a new…

Light at the end of the tunnel

I see the light at the end of the tunnel regarding my scooter article (or, in this, case, the light on the scooters). I’m just about to submit my draft to the editor-in-chief of Ensia. I’ve had a truly remarkable time working with the mentor who was assigned to me to take my reporting skills…

Scooting along

I’ve been working on my scooter article for like a month now*, with advice from the British environmental journalism mentor assigned to me through the program for which I was accepted at Ensia. I have just another week or two to go before I submit it. Whatever happens next, I have to say that this…