New York Times green issue

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The New York Times published The Green Issue on April 20, 2008.

Subtitle: Some Bold Steps to Make Your Carbon Footprint Smaller

This article summarises the content, which is available directly from the York Times website.

Contents

[edit] Act

Solar costs, footprint tracking, walk the walk, good turnoffs, beyond waste, compost feast, organic ready-to-wear, returns accepted, plane truths, how green is my building, green-collar work force, cool alleys

[edit] Eat

Sere grapes, better living with livestock, carbon cookout?, spuds, is local always better?, really slow food, the high price of beef, bags: paper or plastic

[edit] Invent

Better bulbs, Blackle search engine, eco TV, storing wind, pig power, superconducting cables, carbon sequestration (!?), the pebble -bed reactor(!?), the smart grid

[edit] Learn

How green is my campus, the in club ast MIT, majoring in Green, Las Vegas eco schools

[edit] Live

Charge thyself, greener pets, greener pit stops, sweat equity, junk mail, natural death, plant more trees, diaper dilemma, sporting efficiency, urban farming,

[edit] Move

Hypermilling, low emission aviation, water wings, gas-free nation, utility bikes, kite-sailing tankers, biketown, ghost bikes, the compressed air car, heavier loads.

[edit] Build

Earth works, greener healing, how-to solar, waste land, a new leaf, green-point system, learning from Kansas, sky high, green acres, factory fresh

[edit] External links

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