It takes Alan’s journey into the realms of carless-ness as an example of the larger challenges of aligning our lives with our principles. It’s also about what we can do: namely, fix the systems that make it so tough to live sustainably. And we like author Bill Dietrich’s description of how Sightline is trying to create a place where “doing the right thing is also the cheapest, easiest and most fun thing.”
It’s a front-cover story in the Seattle Times’ Pacific Northwest Magazine. Did I mention it’s here?