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Bicycle Touring: The Future of Travel?

by Rick on November 9, 2010

We’re big fans of bicycles here at SustainAbler, whether for fun or function. It’s hard to beat a mode of transportation that saves energy, doesn’t burn fossil fuels, but does burn calories. What’s not to like? So we really liked this article from David Kroodsma over at HuffPost, kicking out eight signs that two-wheeled travel [...]

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Beef Tallow Power: Amtrak Train Bound for … Gory?

by Rick on May 6, 2010

Amtrak has thrown us enviros an eco-curveball. The rail operator recently announced the nation’s first biofuel-powered locomotive on its line from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Fort Worth, Texas. Awesome! The catch? The biodiesel feedstock is beef tallow. Of course we want to support biodiesel efforts that have real benefits in reduced emissions of carbon dioxide [...]

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Green Your Shopping in 3 Easy Steps

by Rick on April 22, 2010

Shopping. We all do it. We all buy stuff we need, stuff we want, and some stuff that, honestly, we could probably do without. But it’s a fact of life, we live in a dispersed and increasingly global economy, and shopping isn’t going away. And all that stuff we buy impacts the planet. So what [...]

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Shop Sustainably: Six Ways to Choose Green Products

by Rick on April 22, 2010

So you want to buy green, but you don’t know what to look for? It’s true; the array of “green” claims is dizzying, and it can be hard to cut through the green marketing hype to make truly informed sustainable shopping choices. Don’t become a victim of eco-stress! Use these six common-sense guidelines to help [...]

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On the Road: Shangri-La Diner, St. Louis

by Rick on March 8, 2010

We found Shangri La. It’s in St. Louis. On our road trip from Virginia to Boulder, we hit St. Louis at dinner time. A quick Web search located a good bet: Shangri-La Diner, a café dishing up diner classics with a vegetarian twist. And they served milkshakes. It wasn’t too far off our route, so [...]

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Lessons from the Nanjing Asia Outdoor Show

by Doug on August 27, 2008

We received this insightful report from The Outdoor Industry Compass editor Marks Huber and wanted to share it with SustainAbler readers and members of the Outdoor Industry in North America. Inventing the Chinese Market By Markus Huber Chinese success at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing was not driven by a government which used the [...]

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The Poetry of Global Warming

by Doug on June 13, 2008

I had the great fortune to hear Robert Hass, this year’s Pulitzer Prize winer in poetry and a former US poet laureate, read and lecture at the 2008 Rosenberry Writer’s Conference at the University of Northern Colorado. With a sensitivity that relies on the senses themselves, Hass’ work can take on political subjects that even [...]

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The Planetwalker Speaks

by Doug on March 11, 2008

SustainAbler interviews Planetwalker Dr. John Francis In 1973, Dr. John Francis witnessed an oil spill in San Fracisco Bay and wanted to do something about it. His reaction was simple and personal—he stopped riding in cars. For 22, years he walked everywhere, including the length of the U.S. and South America. Along his journey, he [...]

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