Alan giving speech-smIf you haven’t yet seen this encomium to Alan Durning (and Sightline), well, we’re certainly not above pointing you to it. It’s here.

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?