We Will Never Go Back to the Pre-COVID-19 Workplace
Cascadia Blog Article Highlights Teleworking Green, Productivity Benefits
This article, published by TMCnet.com, mentions the Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute: The Cascadia Center which works on regional transportation and sustainable development issues for the Discovery Institute, has taken a strong interest in telework. The rest of the article can be found here.
How To Pay For The Roads Still Traveled
I had a telling conversation with an old friend several months ago, a devoted environmentalist who’s a community college biology teacher living south of San Francisco in a pleasant small town abutting the Pacific. I don’t recall how it came up, but she declared, “We’ve just got to get more people out of their cars.” Then came a pregnant pause, Read More ›
Can Telecommuting Take Root In Kitsap?
This article, published by the Kitsap Sun, mentions Discovery Institute Fellow Bruce Agnew: Bruce Agnew, Director of the Seattle-based Discovery Institute’s Cascadia Center said telework is experiencing a resurgence of interest, and can be part of a larger effort to reduce traffic and carbon emissions that includes effective mass transit, peak-hour tolls and ride-sharing. The rest of the article can Read More ›
Hurray For Transit, But It’s No Silver Bullet
With U.S. gas prices blowing through the roof, transit ridership is growing along with enthusiasm for green vehicles that will run on electricity and liquid fuels, a.k.a. plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, or PHEVs. Cascadia Center has championed expanded transit for Central Puget Sound through proposals for an Eastside commuter rail line adjoining a walking and biking path, and regional passenger-only Read More ›
Slow But Steady “Telework Revolution” Eyed
The nation and major urban regions within the West Coast Corridor of Cascadia and California – namely Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego – continue to grapple with costly road and transit projects and the threat of global warming. These stem in part from workforce and population increases. Against this backdrop, common-sense trip reduction strategies such Read More ›
Congressional Testimony on Telecommuting and the Family and Medical Leave Act
Telecommuting and the FMLAPrepared Statement of John S. Niles, Senior FellowDiscovery Institute, SeattleFor the Congressional Roundtable on the Tenth Anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave ActFebruary 5, 2003 Good morning, my name is John Niles and I am a Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Discovery Institute furthers research on national Read More ›