Something we all have to contend with, however, if we live outside the public transport savvy cities, as so many do, is that we need a car (I usually ride my bike everywhere, but considering there are 6 inches of snow in Boston right now, you can be assured I’ll be borrowing my roommates car for that grocery store trip…).
OK, so you need a car. Every car dealer out there is telling you that they’re green friendly and the numbers of “City MPG” or “Highway MPG” (sidebar: is this known as “Freeway MPG” in California?) are dizzying. Let “GOOD Magazine” break it down a bit for you, to see which car company talks the talk AND walks the walk in this article.
Also, the future plans for green cars from each company in the graph will warm your heart, and hopefully not completely empty your wallet…
(p.s. If you don’t know about GOOD, they give all of your money to non-profits if you subscribe to their magazine. Check out their info.
Honda’s (not yet released) Concept Car, runs on hydrogen
fuel cell, thereby creating 0 emissions!
[Image courtesy of MSNBC]
If not in the car market, or looking for something a bit different, look into this book at www.BetterWorld.com with some suggestions for making your daily life a little bit greener (and get it shipped carbon neutral, natch):