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August 16, 2010
Get ready for Go Green 2010

Franklin Jones began B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery with a penchant for cycling, a business model that solved the “last mile” dilemma of the distribution network by sustainable means and the desire to add to the growing green collar jobs sector. Now in his second year as a sustainable business owner, Franklin is speaking at GoGreen […]

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July 23, 2010
Bicycle Shipping Cuts Carbon Freight Emissions

Shipping Green: Pedaling to Cut Emissions

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July 19, 2010
B-Line and other bike-based entrepreneurs interviewed on KBOO

Sol Pops, SoupCycle, and B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery are all Portland-based small businesses driven by a common factor: bicycles. But what’s it like to depend on human-powered transportation for your livelihood? It’s a sustainable, intimate and decidedly local form of commerce, sure, but one imagines that Januaries are likely to be extra long. Check out […]

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June 22, 2010
Grist: Tricked-out cargo bikes give SUVs a run for their money

t’s been a hard few months for us fossil-fuel-addicted societies: calamity in the Gulf of Mexico; coal mining disasters in China, West Virginia, and Russia; still-frustrated attempts to win climate and clean-energy policies in Salem, Ore., Olympia, Wash., and Washington, D.C. Perhaps we’re hitting bottom? If so, catching glimpses of a life cured of addiction […]

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