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Re: [environment-289] How many planet Earths?

From: Susan
Sent on: Thursday, October 4, 2007 1:13 PM
Thanks, Margo. That was much more thorough (and entertaining) than the other eco-footprint quizzes I've seen.

I'm glad to see that they asked about energy sources. But it's too bad the best option was just 65% renewable energy as I have 100% WIND power.

You can too -

There's also a GREEN power option which is 65% hydroelectric and 35% wind.

If we want Indian Point to be shut down, we need to stop supporting them with our dollars.


-----Original Message-----
From: Margo <[address removed]>
Sent: Oct 3,[masked]:25 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [environment-289] How many planet Earths?

My mom actually told me about this game (see link below). You enter your consumption habits and it calculates how many planet Earth's it would take if everyone lived like you. It's a great reality check/ego-booster, depending on where you fall.


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