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How to fly the guilt-free skies: air travel is an inescapable part of modern life--and a major contributor to global warming. Short of growing wings, what's ... do?(Living Green): An article from: OnEarth
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Title: How to fly the guilt-free skies: air travel is an inescapable part of modern life--and a major contributor to global warming. Short of growing wings, what's a poor traveler to do?(Living Green)
Author: Jeff Greenwald
Publication:OnEarth (Magazine/Journal)
Date: January 1, 2005
Publisher: Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc.
Volume: 26 Issue: 4 Page: 12(2)

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