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Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Grist features Millikin of Green Car Congress

The online environmental magazine features a Q & A with Mike Millikin of the Green Car Congress blog in its "Interactivist" column today. Readers can also submit questions that Millikin will answer on Friday.

If you're not familiar with Green Car Congress, I urge you to make it a regular stop. It's one of the most useful blogs going, and one of the most timely. As the world slowly runs out of oil, what could be more important than helping people come to terms with their transportation choices? That's what GCC does.

As Millikin says in the Grist exchange:
"Given our increasing understanding of climate change and peak oil, we (global we, not just us) need to make the broadest-scale, most rapid transition of behavior, technologies, and markets ever conceived. We don't have all the answers, but we need urgently to figure it out. This must be done from a broad basis of knowledge and understanding, not fear and reaction. My goal is to help that process."
And he helps indeed. Millikin is amazing at dredging up sustainable transportation news from all over the globe. It's a great one-stop shop for those interested in modern mobility.

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