Exercise-based transportation reduces oil dependence, carbon emissions and obesity

Societal dependence on oil leads to increasingly negative social consequences throughout the world, including climate change, air pollution, political and economic instability, and habitat degradation. Reliance on the automobile for transportation also contributes to a sedentary lifestyle, an obesity epidemic and poor health.
Author(s):
Paul A Higgins
Publisher(s):
Foundation for Environmental Conservation
Reference #:
doi:10.1017/S037689290500247X
Date Published:
2005
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Publisher Email: unknown
Region:
USA Location: unknown