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In this issue...
• PAGE 4: Chevy Volt Earns Accolades
• PAGE 4: Solar Industry Thrives Despite Solyndra
• PAGE 5: BPA in Canned Foods Marketed to Children
• PAGE 6: Top Ten "People's Choice" for Green Gifts
• PAGE 8: Giving Circles: Make Your Change Multiply
• PAGE 10: Green America protests Keystone XL Pipeline • PAGE 11: Free Green Pages apps
• PAGE 12: Could You Go Plastic-Free?
• PAGE 15: Q & A: Recycling Plastics
• PAGE 16: TerraCycle Gives "Unrecyclables" New Life
• PAGE 16: Bag Bans Take on Big Plastic
• PAGE 17: 20 Plastic Things You Didn't Know You Could Recycle
• PAGE 18: 11 Easy Ways to Kick the Plastic Habit
• PAGE 20: Plastic By Numbers
• PAGE 21: Inn Serendipity Publishes Seasonal Cookbook
• PAGE 22: Tackling Mildew
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|Take the Plastics Challenge|
Not all plastic is bad. Plastics have made lifesaving surgical and water filtration equipment possible, and they've been molded into integral components for solar panels, personal computers, and other devices that make our lives possible.
But our use of "stupid plastic" (single-use items destined for our landfills) is out of control. Follow along on our blog as our editors challenge themselves to stop using "stupid plastic," and check out the Green American for more on the plastics problem -- and how to solve it.
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