Update: This was originally published in April 2022. I had taken it down but then decided it deserves to be in public view. Dear Mayor, City Council, and the Sustainability Committee: Thank you for continuing […]
Where I live became the newest city in the USA thirteen years ago. I vote in every local election. I have yet to find a candidate who meets the criteria I established back then for […]
This bike lane was named one of the top 10 in the USA in 2013 by PeopleForBikes, yet had fallen into astoundingly dangerous disrepair and neglect over the past few years as the flexible plastic […]
(photo courtesy Megan Ramey) Meet Megan Ramey. While working as a sustainability consultant for major corporations in Boston, Megan discovered that there was no one-stop, easy-to-use source for all the info she needed to plan […]
Yesterday found me with a little time to explore while waiting for my mom (whom I drive to a doctor appointment every few weeks) since I can’t go in to the doctor’s office during this […]
Here are some ways to support your local bike businesses.
I am sitting at the corner of 14th Street and West Peachtree Road in Midtown Atlanta at the largest Whole Foods in the southeastern United States, a stone’s throw from where not one but two […]
The truth of the matter is that I had all but given up on thinking I had a place in our world’s future. The end feels near, and the actions we’ve been taking are too-little-too-late […]