A price floor for U.S. gas

Environmental Economics

in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Maximilian Auffhammer at the energy blog with no name : The national average price for gasoline is $1.80 this week, with a minimum of $1.29 The external costs for a gallon of gasoline, as estimated in a now classic paper , are approximately $2 per gallon. This means that the average American is currently purchasing gasoline at half of its true social cost.

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This modern art museum was once a cheese factory in Arkansas


Like the building, the landscape also follows sustainable design principles and was created in collaboration with Tulsa-based Howell Vancuren Landscape Architects to purify and clean rainwater through a bioswale system. In Bentonville, Arkansas, a giant factory that once processed cheese for Kraft Foods has been given new life as The Momentary, a modern art museum satellite to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

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Best US cities for vegans and vegetarians for World Vegetarian Day


Tulsa, Oklahoma 93. Vegetarians and vegans frequently discuss the best cities to live in or visit, because it’s easier to enjoy a place when there are restaurants and activities that match your preferences. WalletHub’s new study , “Best Cities for Vegetarians and Vegans,” uses a variety of sources and statistics to rank the 100 biggest American cities for affordability, diversity, accessibility and quality, vegetarian lifestyle and overall rank.

CBS News’ Emmy Award-Winning Journalist Anthony Mason to Interview Serial Social Entrepreneur Paul Polizzotto: Join Them on 12/5 at NYU

Eco Chic

Prior to joining CBS News, Mason worked at KJRH-TV in Tulsa, Okla.; Available tomorrow evening, December 5, and in NYC? If so, attend tomorrow’s event at NYU with CBS News Senior Business Correspondent and CBS This Morning: Saturday Co-Host Anthony Mason and President and Founder of CBS EcoMedia Paul Polizzotto.

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Dozens of U.S. Cities Board the Bike-Sharing Bandwagon

Green Blog

In 2007, Tulsa, Oklahoma, was actually first in the country to open an automated bike-share system, with a couple dozen bikes at three solar-powered stations.) When New York City opened registration for its much anticipated public bike-sharing program on April 15, 2013, more than 5,000 people signed up within 30 hours. Eager for access to a fleet of thousands of bicycles, they became Citi Bike members weeks before bikes were expected to be available.