Fueling The Debate

Percy, Susan
March 2006
Georgia Trend;Mar2006, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p16
The article discusses the issue of fuel conservation in Georgia. The Clean Air Campaign is working to educate and encourage citizens in the 20-county Metro Atlanta area to do their part in caring for the environment. Ellen Macht, executive director of The Clean Air Campaign, wants to see drastic changes in people's commuting and driving habits and advocates carpooling and vanpooling. She offers a laundry list of small, personal environment-friendly actions. According to her, it is more effective to help people figure out what they can do than to beat up on them for what they can't or won't do.


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