Going green with “One Less Car”
Commuting throughout Gainesville can be a hassle for you and strain on the environment. The University of Florida is encouraging people to be a part of the sustainable movement by participating in One Less Car Day. Office of Sustainability Outreach Coordinator Ashley Pennington says the Gator Nation can easily reduce its carbon footprint.
Walking, biking, riding the bus or carpooling are all ways to contribute during One Less Car Day.
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