(@jasmin1)

Movement

Drive less, walk & bike more

At the Grass Roots Youth Summit our community youth suggested we: Make sure that people without access to cars can walk and bike to places safely

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86 votes
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(@jasmin1)

Movement

Local Governments Lead by Example

At the Grass Roots Youth Summit our community youth suggested: Local governments should be the first take steps to commit to cleaner transportation by encourage carpooling, buying alternative fuel vehicles, and encouraging walking and biking.

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93 votes
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(@jasmin1)

Movement

Encourage Carpooling

At the Grass Roots Youth Summit our community youth suggested we: Encourage people to carpool. Add carpool only lanes to reduce the number of cars on the road

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107 votes
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Knowledge

Listen to the Youth

We should listen to the ideas presented by the youth of the region because they tend to ignore all the obstacles and financial hurdles that seem to discourage the rest of us from taking action.

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135 votes
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(@metroplan1)

Movement

design roads for people, not cars

A few people that stopped by our table at the Little Rock Zoo Earth Day Celebration suggested we walk and bike more, and drive less, which means we need to start designing roads for more than just cars.

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82 votes
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(@metroplan1)

Power

Use natural energy

One of the people that stopped by our table at the Little Rock Zoo Earth Day Celebration suggests: we use natural energy (solar, wind, etc.). It just makes sense.

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99 votes
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