This week we welcome LA-based actor, writer, director, comedian and good friend of The Biofriendly Podcast, Jahdai Pickett (better known as Bigg Jah). As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to gain momentum around the world, Noel and Jacob invited Jahdai to come on the podcast to share his perspective and personal experience as a black man.
Noel and Jacob chat about which places have been awarded Michael R. Bloomberg’s American Cities Climate Challenge money and of course Kentucky’s ambitious stairway to Mars.
(Photo from Metro’s The Source) For years, the City of Los Angeles has taken pride in being able to offer various eco-friendly transportation options to its residents, visitors and guests. Now it appears a new form of eco-friendly transportation is on the way. According to the official Metro news release, 65 bike-sharing stations are going to be […]
If you have ever driven through downtown Los Angeles, whether in rush hour traffic or not, you are probably well aware of the horrible gridlock that regularly turns city streets into virtual parking lots. You may also be aware of the stifling pollution that rises above the streets and hovers like a blanket covering the […]
Image by biofriendly Well, if you live anywhere in the Los Angeles area,you know how crowded the 405 freeway can get. Talk about an emission and congestion nightmare. Then you also probably know that this weekend the 405 freeway is being closed between the 10 and the 101. This closure is being done so they […]
Many different forms of public transportation are on the radar in big cities. One of their largest obstacles is coming up with smart and environmentally-friendly ways for people to get in and out of the city without the headache, congestion and emissions that pile up whenever personal vehicles are the transportation of choice. Image by […]
Image by biofriendly If you live in or around any major city you are more than likely having to deal with some form of air pollution on a daily basis. There are many sources of air pollution: vehicle emissions, manufacturing, factories, cigarettes, aerosol sprays, airplanes, wood burning or gas stoves/fireplace, just to name a few. It […]