How to reduce your carbon footprint
St. Paul, Minn. — The House has approved an energy bill that will increase the fuel efficiency of cars and cut energy use in light bulbs and appliances, and President Bush is expected to sign it.
But what about energy conservation on an individual level? Can it really make much of a difference in the battle against global warming?
Midmorning looks at the various ways you can cut your carbon footprint.
- Dale Bryk: Senior attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council.
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