Green Streets Initiative

Walk/Ride Day 2017
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

650 employees eligible to participate

Overall

25

Number of check-ins

674.0

Estimated total CO2 (kg) saved by not driving on Walk/Ride Day

7,589.0

Estimated total calories (kcal) burned during normal commutes

2.92%

Percent of team participating

100.0%

Percent of check-ins involving a green commute on a normal day

4.0%

Percent of check-ins where commutes went greener for Walk/Ride Day

4.0%

Percent of check-ins where commutes went healthier for Walk/Ride Day

By changing your commute, you can generate less CO2 and burn more calories for a healthier world and a healthier you. You might burn 170 calories in 15 minutes of running (source). Saving 38.2 kilograms of CO2 is like replacing an incandescent light bulb with a compact fluorescent bulb (source) - how many does your company replace?

Estimated total CO2 (kg) saved by not driving on Walk/Ride Day

  • June
    6
  • May
    271
  • April
    398

Estimated total calories (kcal) burned during normal commutes

  • June
    46
  • May
    2,557
  • April
    4,986

Walk/Ride Day can change our commuting habits. Green commutes emit less carbon dioxide than typical car commutes, and can involve carpooling, walking, biking, running, and many forms of public transportation. Healthier commutes burn more calories, so break out the tennis shoes and get walking!

Percent of check-ins involving a green commute on a normal day

  • June
    100.0%
  • May
    100.0%
  • April
    100.0%

Percent of check-ins where commutes went greener for Walk/Ride Day

  • June
    50.0%
  • May
    0%
  • April
    0%

Percent of check-ins where commutes went healthier for Walk/Ride Day

  • June
    50.0%
  • May
    0%
  • April
    0%

Number of check-ins

  • June
    2
  • May
    9
  • April
    14

Percent of team participating

  • June
    0.31%
  • May
    1.38%
  • April
    2.15%

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