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Laxaþjóð | A Salmon Nation

Our relationship with nature not only defines our history, it shapes our future, too. Yet beneath the surface of Iceland’s fjords, an industrial fish farming method threatens to destroy one of Europe’s last remaining wildernesses. Laxaþjóð | A Salmon Nation tells the story of a country united by its lands and waters, and the power of a community to protect the wild places and animals that helped forge its identity.

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Keeping the Commuting Spirit Alive

 /  June 6, 2007 1 Min Read  /  Activism

They say it takes about 30 days to form a new habit. It’s been about 30 days since we got rollingBike_signwith our Bike to Work Week festivities, so it’s time to check in: How y’all doing with that new habit of rolling through the sunny summer mornings on your way to the daily grind? 

Having trouble staying motivated? A friend recently sent us a link to a very handy little tool that just might help keep the stoke alive. Check out the Gas Savings Calculator at www.commutebybike.com. Living overseas? Complementary Brit site www.quickrelease.tv offers the calculator with appropriate calibratrions for litres and displays cost savings in pounds sterling. Fancy that.

The best part: this little tool breaks your savings down to daily, weekly, and yearly levels. By my calculations, each day of riding to work is worth TWO day’s worth of free coffee. Ride on.

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