TreeHugger Radio: World PARK(ing) Day, London's Economics of Cycling, and Cheap Gas Makes you Fat



This week we get the scoop on the radical re-appropriation of the curb called PARK(ing) Day, and we speak with the chairman of Cycling England about the true economic value of bike riding. We also look at a new study that finds a strong bond between cheap gas and poor health, plus get the word from Vermont where a recent greenhouse gas victory was won against the automakers. Listen to TreeHugger Radio on iTunes or listen/right click to download. ::TreeHugger Radio
(TreeHugger Radio is written and produced by Jacob Gordon and hosted by Simran Sethi).

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