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I saw that teachers.net participate in Earth's Day and environmental awareness programs - highly applauded. I would like to add some insightful as of how to live better electrically both for parents and for children.

Article by Jacob Gordon The cost of electricity is going up (both in dollars and in environmental and health impacts) and it doesn't show any signs of doing otherwise. About half of the energy in the American grid is coal generated. We won't bore you with what you already know: coal is a really stinky, dangerous, nasty, unsustainable, and silly way to make power and a huge source of greenhouse gas emissions. By using less energy, and greening the electricity that we do use, we can lighten our footprint immensely. The subject of electricity and its environmental impacts is a massive one and we can't cover every corner of it here. This brief guide can offer some solid suggestions for greening your electricity and use thereof.

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