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Energy tip #3: replace your car’s air filter

Replacing your air filter could help you save up to $150 a year...and allow you to afford your favorite coffee maker, a thermos, and finally drop those pesky disposable cups. It will also eliminate over 1,000 lbs of CO2 emissions. The air filter (a slightly meatier version of the coffee variety) is a necessary part of your car that cleans… read more →

What does global warming have to do with the price of coal in China?

The Times recently ran a deeply troubling piece on the effects that China's insatiable hunger for coal will have on pollution levels and climate change for decades to come. The statistics themselves are harrowing. Over the next 25 years, the increase in CO2 emissions from China alone will surpass by five times the reductions in emissions sought by the Kyoto… read more →