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Redistributing Public Transportation and the Fallacy of the Free Market

The D.C.-Virginia-Maryland metropolitan area is home to roughly six million people. The area is second nationally in its percentage of public-transit users, behind only the New York area. D.C.’s public transit system is among the most developed in the U.S., … Continue reading

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The Environmental Dilemma: Economics vs. Environment

The environment and the economy are often pitted against one another, like a doomsday situation stating that when one is saved the other must fall. This could not be further from the truth and the myth must be debunked. As … Continue reading

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Laundry Detergent

There are various levels of sustainability when it comes to laundry detergent. I am still on my own quest to find the most environmental and health friendly product, and think that I will likely settle on a product sold in … Continue reading

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