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ZapRoot: Plastic Trees and Sarah Palin

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From our friends at ZapRoot this week: Arizona tests artificial CO2 filtering trees. Sarah Palin loves oil. We help you find ways to get rid of your junk mail.

Links for this week’s show:

Plastic Trees

Desmog Blog – Palin Denies Climate Change

Red Green and Blue – Why Palin is a Bad Choice for the Environment

Palin Short on Green Cred

Environmental Group Criticize McCain’s Choice

Palin’s Grizzly Bear Decor

Palin’s Hunting Trophy

Palin Test out Engagement Skills

Sustainablog – A by the Numbers Look at Paper Recycling

Sustainablog – Catalog Waste

Sustainablog – Cancel Unwanted Catalogs

Stop Junk Mail

Junk Mail

Free – proquo

Free – dmachoice

Paid – greendimes

Paid – 41poinds

Catalogs

Free – catalogchoice

Credit Card Offers

Free – optoutprescreen

Magazines

Paid – zinio

 
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