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The Daily Commute

Marc-Antoni

Marc-Antoni is fascinated by the world. There is so much to learn and apply towards adopting sustainable practices. With a background in history and business management, Marc-Antoni loves leveraging the past to help solve for the future. Originally from Montreal, Canada he now lives in Tokyo, Japan. You're more than welcome to reach out!

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  1. April 24, 2018

    […] the vast majority of those who drive (see The Daily Commute), petroleum is probably the only option at the local pump. According to the documentary (and dare I […]

  2. May 25, 2018

    […] still perpetually amazed and impressed by the number of people who chose to commute by bike (see The Daily Commute). It’s a clean, convenient, and cost-effective means of getting around, and it has the […]

  3. September 27, 2018

    […] changing as societies rediscover the importance of the pedestrian as well as the cyclist (see The Daily Commute). As a result, it also marks the occasion for looking to other road alternatives that can transcend […]

  4. October 31, 2018

    […] Considering Alternative Options To Our Daily Commute October 30, 2018 […]

  5. January 5, 2019

    […] already exist! Whether in selecting  alternatives to plastic, or opting for cleaner means of transportation, motivated individuals are already making the switch. The issue is time. We need to rapidly […]

  6. March 23, 2019

    […] stroller-friendly (it lacks elevators, ramps, etc.). Given that we don’t own a car (we rideshare), folding up these sizeable strollers for a drive wasn’t really an option. We needed to use […]

  7. October 5, 2020

    […] fossil fuels remain the dominant, if not sole, option. As we go about our lives, and navigate the daily commute, petroleum still has a monopoly at the local pump. Well, according to the documentary (and dare I […]

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