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EPA Protects Cars, Not the Planet


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Highway to Hell: Pray for Us, Pedestrian Sinners


As if there was any question that our culture worships cars, a group of fundamentalist Christians is now exalting a long stretch of Interstate-35 as the “holy highway.” From Laredo, Texas to Duluth, Minnesota, evangelicals are blessing the blacktop and proselytizing to those they deem depraved (like gays and lesbians, for example) through what they call a “purity siege.” They drive their Hummers to www.hitlabnz.org gay bars and www.boehler.org brothels to condemn “sinners” and win converts, stopping frequently at gas stations for group prayer sessions and Slim Jims.

Prairie View A&M Students March to Democracy


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“Green Freedom” Keeps Us Trapped in Car Culture


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Roads Spur More Deforestation and Disease


“Creating a road just ruins it,” biostatistician Bill Pan told NPR’s Joanne Silberman in a recent story about the Amazon Rain forest. Scientists trekked through the Amazon in Peru, researching how the creation of roads through the pristine forest not only promotes deforestation, but increases the rate of infectious disease, particularly malaria.

Car-Free in Boston


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written by Terra Verde, March 03, 2008
Oh my god, that first picture is absolutely terrifying!

The second reminds me of those Industrial-era circle bikes [I forget what they're called, but they need to come back into style!]

Great post. Wonderful pictures as well.

Hopefully the Argentina rail will show the US that we could and should do the same.

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