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June 25, 2008

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Amy

What about signing up for a delivery service where just one car drives stuff around to all the people? In a staff meeting today we were wondering this and if we were defeating our green purpose with all of our driving...

Brad Fisher

Don't forget Community Supported Agriculture programs. We have a few of these near Pittsburgh PA, where I live. You can get together with a group of neighbors and pay a local farmer to deliver fresh stuff every week or two to your door or a dropoff point in the neighborhood. The tradeoff is you don't usually get to pick and choose...you get whatever's fresh.

aion kinah

I wholeheartedly support this combination of a triathlon training program and a shopping trip, but there are two less strenuous solutions.

Nicole Vickers

Carpooling can, indeed, be effective. After all, a car often has more than one seat! It would be a waste not to use that empty space. It can be fun to sing along with friends in your car as you go to work.

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