I have no trouble imagining a driverless future for myself in the city of tomorrow. The interesting thing is that this isn’t just my vision; increasingly, it’s shared by automakers, who have to adjust to the rise of social networking and driving apathy, just as the technology for auto pilot is actually becoming possible.
I will walk one place each week instead of driving there
Short TextI'm walking more instead of driving
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We're talking carbon dioxide, of course. While nontoxic and good for plant life, humans simply make too much of it. Carbon dioxide is a prime greenhouse gas, and scientists say it's connected to climate change — more popularly known a global warming.
These days, environmental concerns are often translated into artistic themes and media, from photography that records signs of global warming to sculpture that incorporates trash. But at the Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts, Matthias Merkel Hess has a different concern: Art driving.