Cycle Chalao! Bike Sharing Comes to India

October 24, 2011 by  
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Cycle Chalao! / CC BY 1.0 Raj Janagam was growing frustrated with the lack of transportation methods in India for commuting short distances. He said 10 million people in Mumbai alone use local trains and public buses for long-distance transport, but there was no practical way for him to get from the railway station to his college. It seemed the perfect place to set up a bike share program. But since none existed, he was goi… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Soccer Moms Can Be Survivalists Too (Video)

October 24, 2011 by  
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Peak Moment TV / YouTube video Screengrab via OWOO “I was a middle-age soccer mom with a pile of kids and a mini-van. I didn’t have a retreat, and I didn’t own a gun, and I wasn’t afraid of people particularly. I didn’t expect the mutant zombie bikers to come after me. I just wanted to make sure that no matter what happened, that I could feed my kids. That I could keep them warm, that I’d have water and lights.” … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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The Poetic Insights of a Seaweed Harvester (Video)

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The Perennial Plate / YouTube video Screengrab via OWOO We’ve posted before on the cancer-fighting properties of a seaweed diet . And from the Vegan Black Metal Chef’s asparagus tempura sushi to Kelly’s soba noodle salad , we’ve even given … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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