Sustainable Mobility: Ages 11-14Updated on 09.05.2022
Middle SchoolLife and earth sciences
15 min read
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You’ve probably heard about “green mobility”. It means walking, biking, scootering, roller-skating and other ways of getting around that aren’t powered by an engine. Green mobility is just one part of what’s known as “sustainable mobility”. This is a more general term covering transportation options that don’t use a lot of energy, don’t emit much carbon dioxide, don’t require too much heavy-duty manufacturing and can be taken by a large number of travelers. Come with us as we take a closer look.
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