Green Car Congress is really more than a car blog. It's an alternative energy blog. It's an environmental blog. It's a business blog. It's a social responsibility blog. It's a 'hey these guys know what they're talking about and we should probably have a listen before gas is at $25 a gallon' blog. Led by editor Mike Millikin, Green Car Congress blogs about anything possibly related to cars. You know, everything. And its audience is anyone who has anything to do with cars. You know, everyone.
In their own words, Green Car Congress's mission is "to provide timely, high-quality editorial about the full spectrum of energy options, technologies, products, issues and policies related to sustainable mobility." Just take a look at that last sentence. Like I said up top, this isn't just a car blog. This is a sustainable mobility blog. And in coming years that's going to be big business. That might be why the site visually reads like an old broadsheet from the days of actual print newspapers. (Remember those?) There's a lot of information out there. And Green Car Congress's aim is to get that news to you quickly.
So I live in New York and ride a bicycle as my primary mode of transportation and my life is still GREATLY affected by the price of not just gas, but by the cost of mobility. Sunday drives are one thing, but food cost is tied in here. Actually, everything is tied in here. Our economy is tied to the cost of moving people and things around. And that's why Green Car Congress really is a blog for everyone. Who doesn't rely on cars in some way? The industry, the government and the public all share a vested interest in seeing sustainable mobility succeed. If you want to learn more about this, Green Car Congress is probably the best place to start.