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10 Places to Go With Metro From UCLA

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Los Angeles is known as one of the most car-centric cities in the nation. We’re here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re new to LA or just looking for a way to get out of mind-numbing traffic, there are ways to get around town without your car. Here’s how to navigate […]

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Southern California Leads the Nation in Air Pollution Deaths

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For Southern California natives, air pollution has been an issue we face every day. Unfortunately, a recent study paints a picture of just how bad the smog really is. Researchers have found that more than a thousand people are actually dying each year as a result of Southern California’s infamously bad air quality. Pollution levels constantly exceed what’s considered […]

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America’s Most Transit-Friendly Cities

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Los Angeles is an amazing city, famous for its near perfect weather, outdoor activities and its close proximity to famed beaches. In fact, Los Angeles might be considered America’s most perfect city if it weren’t for its notorious traffic. But is the traffic really that bad? Not so, says a recent Trulia article, Driving vs. […]

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Best Places in the US for Green Living

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The idea of a sustainable city—one where both the city and its residents do their part in maintaining a green environment—may seem like a pipe dream, but there are cities right here in the U.S. that are making that dream a reality. When examining cities in the nation based on transportation, waste management, quality of the […]

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Transportation is Now Largest Source of Pollution in US

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Photo By Dave Herholz (flickr) For the first time in nearly 40 years, the transportation sector in the US has produced more carbon pollution over the past 12 months than any other sector of the economy. The new data from the US Energy and Information Administration (EIA) shows that carbon emissions from transportation have exceeded emissions from […]

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