In "Fueling Up," Sightline Institute analyzes the Northwest's gasoline use over the past decade, finding that different regions have radically different patterns of gas use. What's the critical factor? The report cites sprawl -- and efforts against it--as the main driver of differences, and provides ideas for innovative reforms to help us ease off the gas.
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Title: Fueling Up: Gasoline Consumption in the Pacific Northwest
Publication date 2002-10-01
Publication Year 2002
Sightline Institute (formerly Northwest Environment Watch)
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