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GOOD writes: "It's been a bummer of a week for climate news." Indeed, with a bill stagnating in the Senate and some bad news regarding Copenhagen, it would be easy to get discouraged.Getting discouraged, however, is not what they do at GOOD. Instead, Ben JErvey writes:
Allow me this week—amidst immense frustration--to focus on something positive. Let's take a look at the core climate solution, the lowest hanging fruit on the emissions reductions tree, the no-brainer fix that is so practical, so cheap, and has such potential, that it's going to make America's hesitation to commit to even modest CO2 cuts seem absolutely ridiculous. We're talking, of course, about efficiency.
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