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Juliet Schor

A cleaner, greener Christmas

By Juliet Schor
December 10, 2006

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WHEN SANTA Claus squeezes down the chimneys of millions of New England households in a few weeks, he won't be the only one leaving sooty footprints in the living room. The holiday season has an enormous carbon residue of its own -- as in carbon dioxide, the most significant greenhouse gas. But we haven't been noticing it. (Full article: 762 words)

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