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In this issue...
• PAGE 4: Congress Moves to Limit Toxins in US Products
• PAGE 4: LG Commits to Recycle E-Waste Responsibly
• PAGE 5: PACE Return Could Make Solar More Affordable
• PAGE 6: Eco-friendly Children's Clothing
• PAGE 8: Investing to Empower Women
• PAGE 10: Hershey Campaign Gains Momentum
• PAGE 11: Southern Co. the Dirtiest Utility in the US
• PAGE 13: Invest in Food Deserts
• PAGE 14: Solar Energy For All
• PAGE 15: Solar Leases: Avoid Big Initial Costs
• PAGE 16: Neighbors Get Group Discounts on Solar and Build Community
• PAGE 17: 8 Ways to Afford Solar Now
• PAGE 18: Community-Owned Solar Gardens
• PAGE 19: The SUN Act Rises
• PAGE 20: A DC Church Helps Congregants See the (Solar) Light
• PAGE 21: Why Josh Barclay and Green America Say "Efficiency First!"
• PAGE 22: World Health Organization: "Cell Phones May Cause Cancer"
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|Growing Community Solar|
It's possible to go solar without breaking the bank -- and due to the accelerating climate crisis, along with concerns over jobs and national security, it's more necessary than ever before.
While Washington bickers, it's up to us to create a critical mass of support for solar. This issue of the Green American explores how all across the country, people are joining together in community solar programs to make going solar easier and more affordable than ever.
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