In Episode #41, I talk about all-weather year-round bike riding and my transition back to fair-weather pleasure cycling. I review the special clothing and accessories needed for all-season daily bicycling. (9 Sep 2020) Listen using your favorite podcast service. Anchor [Listen] Apple [Listen] Google [Listen] Spotify [Listen] Listen Using the Anchor Player Below Listen Using Our Website Player You… Continue reading Fair-weather cycling and all-weather all-season year-round biking (Podcast #41)
Thoughts about work-life injuries, posture, and repetitive stress issues. Recorded on 21 Aug 2017 by Greg Johnson. Learn more at ResourcesForLife.com/bike
As with any type of infrastructure, pipelines are susceptible to failure. They represent an exceptionally high risk because leaks and spills cause an enormous amount of harm to the environment. Additionally, they introduce multiple points of vulnerability from a national security standpoint. Due to these risks, people are concerned about expanding on our existing pipeline grid. Those… Continue reading Another Pipeline Leak. This Time in Iowa. The cause of the leak might surprise you.
Here’s a list of seven things you can do to reduce fossil fuel use: Bicycle Riding. There are numerous benefits to riding a bicycle. Among them is the reduction in demand for fossil-fuel. Buy Local. When we buy local, we avert a domino effect of unnecessary waste. There are a lot of products that we ‘buy… Continue reading 7 Things You Can Do to Reduce Fossil Fuel Use
CONTENT and TOPICS Here are the topics covered in the most recent Connect Iowa City podcast recorded on 14 December 2016 at 11:00 AM. The audio player is below. CITY COMPREHENSIVE MASTER PLAN Time (mm:ss): 01:29 – 15:59 Tax implications of Linn Street development decision. Iowa Workforce Credit Match. Preserving historic integrity. New development height… Continue reading Iowa City Master Plan, Parking Requirements, TIF Policy, Municipal Marijuana Law