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Ridesharing Produces More Emissions Than Driving, Cities are Working to Fix This

Ridesharing Produces More Emissions Than Driving, Cities are Working to Fix This

As Jigar Shah wrote for Fast & Company last month, research shows that the average ride-hailing trip creates about 50% more pollution than the average traditional car trip. Even more staggering is that over half of all ride-hailing trips in major cities are made by people who would have otherwise used cleaner means of transit […]

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Which Companies Are Making the Most of Millennials’ Green Spending Habits?

Which Companies Are Making the Most of Millennials’ Green Spending Habits?

This week we have been reporting on the impact millennials are having on environmental issues across society — so, which companies are poised to make the most of these attitudes?  Forbes Magazine took a look at the “winners” and “losers” for millennial purchasers and found that fast casual restaurants are beating out fast food, casual and recyclable fashion companies are doing well because millennials want fewer and more versatile clothes that can go from home to office to gym (and these may be co-located), and companies that sell organic foods and  products that reduce paper and plastic use and gadgets that promote the “sharing economy” and electric efficiency are all on the rise.

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