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Olympic 6s "And I hope people start realizing that we have to come up with other ways than driving your car by yourself to work," said Unger, who dreamed up the one day event. Participation in the campaign involves electing to use an alternative mode of transportation during the Friday commute. So drop the judgement, climb outta the box, leave the car at home, and check out the view of your world from a new and exciting place like a skateboard or any other unconventional "crazy" mode of fossil fuel free transport. We all need to get over ourselves, have some fun and use our powers for good my friend! And then share our new and inevitably amazing perspectives of things, because that is all that this is about, making the space to do it differently, see it differently, and then, finally, choose to live it differently, for real, and without intending to but at the risk of sounding like a totally cheesy b s Nike ad. So much peace my friend and happy gliding, skipping, pogo sticking, peddling, paddling and whatever else keeps this wonderful world of ours spinning right side up right way around with us still on it. I'm under no illusion that a skateboard is going to turn things around and save our sorry asses from the predicament we are all in. But like Gandhi said: "Everything you do in life will be insignificant, but it's very important that you do it anyway."You could kayak from White Rock, across Boundary Bay, around the Airport and up into False Creek or Burrard Inlet a long and arduous trek indeed, and thoroughly outrageous, but totally do able nonetheless, and under your own steam! It would be powerfully illuminating of how our discovery and use of fossil fuels has been so incredibly beneficial in so many ways to our standard of living and quality of life (as well as immensely disastrous in countless other ways). 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For that one magical kayak trip to work, you won't be in traffic sucking back the fumes, but rather, surrounded by the lapping lull of cleansing ocean waters and seabirds floating luxuriously and unrushed in their daily rhythms, living eternally in the now. Aug 26, 2010 at 12:30 pm Steve, you know what, the worst air to breathe is on transit routes with diesel buses, in Vancouver, the B Line route to be specific. Now, I'm in favour in removing as many ditzy myopic drivers of a certain ethnic persuasion and gender from the roads, but those foul ear shattering diesel buses do society more harm than good. As long as the COV has transportation planners who are on their knees to TransLink to allow TransLink to save a few pennies per rider while putting our health at risk, we are far better off with non toxic cars on the roads, thank you very much. Try this link and do some research before spouting off about the false merits of diesel bus transit:Aug 26, 2010 at 2:25 pm I wholeheartedly agree with you chemical engineer! We should NOT feel good, in any way, about packing people into buses that sprew out tonnes of toxins, and ever consider calling that sustainable. WTF?! Why don't we live where we work? Work where we live? Contribute to and support the local economy and social wholeness of the communities we hang our hats in, go to sleep in, eat our morning and evening meals in, raise our kids in, etc? Why have we, as human animals, disconnected ourselves from our natural habitats and settled in such untenable patterns? And I don't buy the higher intellect thing, given the impending implosions of almost every ecosystem required for our specific life support. Ours is a human zoo, put so eloquently by Desmond Morris in his book of the same name. Carrying a canoe down Cambie Street or skateboarding across the Dunsmuir bridge or stiltwalking from Commercial Drive into downtown Vancouver or sailing down the Fraser River, all to get to work, is meant to free up our view so that we can notice stuff we've been missing and see what it is we are doing everyday with our mornings and evenings, our whole entire days, so that we can think about how that is impacting our lives and our planet in very real and tangible and horrifying ways, to get us to question if we still think it's cool to live in these utterly unmanageable and unhealthy ways, and to give us the creative space to consider how we might begin to change it up so as to make our lives more liveable and the planet less pissed with us. So don't get on a bus! Exit the current thinking on transportation all together, step outta the box and get crazy instead! Aug 26, 2010 at 4:13 pm Hipsters on bikes will love this. If you plan on participating in this, at least do something creative, like put an articulating joint in between two Chevy Traverse's or something similar, and have one car pull the other to your destination then have the other one pull you home. It'll be interesting and instead combine two gas guzzling engines into one, have the rear one in neutral and steer with directions from the front passenger over a bluetooth headset. Plus then you can carry 16 people in total and their baggage. Aug 26, 2010 at 6:18 pm Geez Rod lighten up. its just ONE DAY. Get over it. No one is forcing you to partiipate, I don't see a gun to your head. All this event is about. is a reminder that when it comes to transportation there's more than one way to skin a cat. If you job is so important to you that you can't take one day to do something a little different, a little zany lest you lose your job and go into some sort of manic tizzy. I humbly suggest that maybe your the type, who needs this day more than the rest of us. your gonna blow a blood vessel. Aug 26, 2010 at 6:48 pm Mary, I didn't think that Vancouver actually had people who understand that sustainability means living near your work. You've renewed my faith that Vancouver does at least have a few people who aren't total morons moving out to Coquitlam to commute 100 km round trip daily by diesel bus. This week a young Chinese mother with her five or six year old son moved from our building on the B Line route. Reason: the son couldn't sleep at night because the 60' articulated diesel buses howl and scream until 4 am and because she didn't want her son to damage his lungs from the foul toxic emissions spilling into her apartment. TransLink and COV, I'm coming after you and you have nowhere to hide, scum! Aug 26, 2010 at 9:56 pm Neil, a diesel bus like the B Line gets 1/10th the fuel mileage of the average car and is on the road 20 times longer than the average driver's 45 minute commute. What's worse for the environment, 100,000 clean burning cars or 1,000 soot blowing toxic diesel buses causing cancer and asthma? Neil, before we even start to look at GHG emissions, diesel buses can't possibly be considered the preferred choice over cars because diesel buses emit toxic emissions which cars do not. Maybe the odd diesel bus is harmless but 600 diesel bus trips daily on the B Line route? Come on. However, forget that, let's calculate the difference in CO2 emissions between cars and diesel buses:

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