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The Green Hour: Low-emission vehicles, PA-NJ radio broadcast, June 29, 2015

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Monica
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http://www.greenhourradio.com/the-cars-we-drive-say-a-lot-about-us-2/

Promo by host (Gery Juleff):
You can love your car even more by.......
if you make the right choice for your community and the environment.
Let’s keep it simple.
a Most of us need a car to fully participate in our social and economic environment. And many people enjoy cars.
b) But there is a price to pay every time we drive – to our own pocket and to the health of our communities and the environment.
c) So we have an obligation to minimize that damage.
d) There are many ways in which we can do that, including driving less. But the most important thing we can do is choose a car that does what we need it to do but with the least damage.
e) There are many, many options out there for all types of vehicles, from low emission gasoline cars to electric vehicles.
f) Find out more on www.greenhourradio.com and listen to our discussion with Michael Thwaite, President of Plug-in America and the NJ Electric Auto Association, and Professor Monica Mazurek of the School of Engineering at Rutgers University on www.panjradio.com all this week at 3 and 6pm or later in the week via the podcast on www.greenhourradio.com
g) What are you waiting for?

Gery Juleff
Host of the 'Green Hour'
www.greenhourradio.com
www.panjradio.com
panjgreenhour@gmail.com
609 529 0149
The Green Hour is sponsored by our supporters at Duke Farms. Duke Farms serves as a model of environmental stewardship and inspires visitors to become informed stewards of the land. It is a place of education, enjoyment and inspiration that enhances the environmental health of the region.
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Our society is structured in such a way that most of us are so dependent on cars that it is not easy to simply give them up. But you can make a choice as to what sort of car you have and what level of impact you have on our environment. Do you choose one which gives you 50 mpg or one that gives you 10 mpg? Or is electric? What sort of car do you really need? Listen to the experts as they offer insights on what the best choices available and why.

Guests: Michael Thwaite, President of Plug-in America and the NJ Electric Auto Association, and Professor Monica Mazurek of the School of Engineering at Rutgers University.
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Sustainability
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Alternative fuels
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Alternative fuel vehicles
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Low-emission vehicles
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Air quality
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Transportation infrastructure
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