[Grad-postdoc-assn] Fwd: Did you take the bus, shuttle, or a carpool to work today?
isar at ucar.edu
Wed Jun 24 11:42:39 MDT 2009
A message from NCAR Green team!
Début du message réexpédié :
> De : "Kimberly Kosmenko" <kimberly at ucar.edu>
> Date : 24 juin 2009 11:37:26 HAR (ÉUA)
> À : greenteam at ucar.edu
> Objet : Did you take the bus, shuttle, or a carpool to work today?
> Répondre à : kimberly at ucar.edu
> Did you know that commuting via bus, shuttle, or carpool counts as
> participation in Walk & Bike to Work Day? If that's how you got to
> work, register yourself at www.drcog.org/btwd2009 as part of Team
> NCAR/UCAR and make sure we get the best possible data on
> participation in alternative commuting choices. Why? This data is
> used to support funding for project and programs that give all of
> us options to get around town without a single passenger vehicle.
> Plus, boosting our participation numbers a bit may just help get
> ahead of NOAA and NIST in the Boulder County Business Challenge!
> Think of Walk & Bike to Work Day as Leave Your Car at Home Day - as
> long as you're making a commuting choice that keeps a vehicle off
> the road, you're meeting the goals of pollution reduction and
> wellness promotion. I know there's been some confusion about what
> "counts"... now you know!
> All the best,
> Kimberly Kosmenko, LEED AP
> Program Manager, Sustainable UCAR
> University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
> Phone: 303.497.8532
> Email: kimberly at ucar.edu
> Visit Sustainable UCAR online at:
Isabelle Ruin, Ph.D.
National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Advanced Study Program
Institute for the Study of Society and Environment (ISSE)
P.O. Box 3000
80307-3000 Boulder, CO
(+1) 303 497 8130 (office)
(+1) 303 564 8246 (cell phone)
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