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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-29

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If we Americans were to equip our
homes with only Energy Star-labeled
products, we'd reduce our energy bills
— and greenhouse gas emissions
by nearly a third. (Check out
http://www.energystar.gov)
Day 7: Write a letter to President
George W. Bush or Congress, urging
changes in our country's energy policy.
We have ways to lower energy con-
sumption in our own homes, but we
also need to change our nation's ener-
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Day 8: Have a candlelight dinner.
Roughly, a quarter of the total elec-
tricity generated in the U.S. — $37
billion — is used for lighting. This is
more electricity than the continents of
South America and Africa combined
use for all purposes.
Tonight, let's shut off all our lights
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