The automobile in question.

This bold and beautiful Earth Day got Bwog wondering: how does PrezBo measure up to the judging green eye of environmentalists?  We decided to dust off the old math textbook and do some calculations of our own.  Just how much CO2 does PrezBo emit as he drives along the Columbia campus?

Assumptions:
• PrezBo travels back and forth from the President’s House to Low Library once a day, 300 days a year.
• A New York block is about 250 meters wide.
• Prezbo travels 500 meters to get to school, 500 to go back. So 1km a day.
• 1 km a day 300 days a year = 300 km a year
Calculations:

Conclusions:

• Bwog can’t do math without the help of external websites.
• We should start a campaign for PrezBo to plant trees in place of those damn commencement bleachers.
• If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, it’s probably because PrezBo went for his morning drive.
• Note: we did not calculate the environmental impact of his various hair products.  This is too daunting a task for Bwog.