The Transportation Dilemma

The Transportation Dilemma

By Jeremiah Knupp Hybrid versus standard. Incandescent versus compact florescent. Disposable versus cloth diapers…green choices can be daunting these days. Probably your single most important eco-decision of all is transportation. Driving ranks right up there with...
Trail Building for the Long Ride

Trail Building for the Long Ride

Fundamentals of Sustainable Singletrack Design Words and photos by Seth Lightcap From the coast to the Sierra crest, more terrain hungry mountain bikers are picking up shovels to improve old trails and create new classics each day. But if you want to build something...
Still White as a Winter Moon?

Still White as a Winter Moon?

Despite a couple lean snow years, Shasta’s glaciers bucking global warming trends – so far Story and photo by Renee Casterline With its summit soaring 14,162 feet, Mount Shasta stands imposingly over the surrounding landscape, alone in its claim as the dominant peak...
The Last American Road Trip

The Last American Road Trip

Essay by Bruce Willey It begins when you can leave town, when you leave your common sense, your guilt and a large chunk of yourself behind. It could be four years of pent-up academic frustrations. It could be the many years at a job that fleeces your ability to...
High-Tech Hopes

High-Tech Hopes

Three Eco-Innovations that Could Save the World By Graham Averill In the midst of all false hype—and hope—surrounding corn ethanol and fuel cells, these three lesser-known innovations are gaining attention and research funding. Together, they represent some of the...
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