Transportation

Planet Forward Member ideas to make the path from Point A to Point B a lot greener.

Aneesh Chopra: The Wall of Disbelief
Aneesh Chopra: The Wall of Disbelief
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Detroit is more than a city, it’s a symbol. It represents the decline of American industry, but also the resilience, flexibility, and vision of American workers. Planet Forward went to Detroit for Shell's “Powering Progress Together” event to hear... Read More
The Pennsylvania State University
Inspiration can strike any time or place. Taylor Mitcham, a senior in mining engineering, was not looking to start a business last winter. Her car needed a wash but as a busy college student, Mitcham didn’t want to waste time sitting in a tunnel car... Read More
George Washington University
FEATURED SELFIE: The DC Streetcar could revitalize the H Street district while making public transit more green.
The GRID Story
The GRID Story
Co-Founder CEO
GRID Logistics, Inc. has designed a comprehensive freight handling system to increase the San Pedro Bay Port’s capacity to the 30 million containers projected to flow through the Southern California region port complexes by 2025 (double present day... Read More
Planet Forward
Lack of charging infrastructure has always been one of the big problems with electric vehicles, but a new patnership between Chargepoint and Cadillac may help change that.
Carbon Onsetting: A Poem for the Planet
Carbon Onsetting: A Poem for the Planet
Pacific Lutheran University
Learn more about how PLU is trying to achieve carbon neutrality on its campus.
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
Did you know that every gallon of gas you burn creates 20 pounds of CO2? 
Video by Asthaa Chaturvedi and Jenny Rabago
Video by Asthaa Chaturvedi and Jenny Rabago
George Washinton University
There's another obesity epidemic in America: we're fat on gasoline.
Video by John Perrino and Julia Blakely
Video by John Perrino and Julia Blakely
Cheaper, convenient, more sustainable, & owning Penn Ave - just a few of the reasons to bike in DC. 
Update: Since this segment ran, XL Hybrids announced a 100-van deal with Coca Cola.

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