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San Francisco Mayor’s Battle Against Water Bottles

San Francisco is cracking down on the sale of single-serving plastic water bottles. Mayor Gavin Newsom speaks out on why he’s leading the charge. By Karen Breslau Newsweek Updated: 7:30 p.m. ET June 23, 2007 When San Francisco recently banned the use of plastic grocery bags as part of its cam...

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Breaking all the beverage container habits!

This post is written by ALex Eaves of STAY VOCAL, a C3 partner. It's the first in our guest blogging series! This month's C3 campaign is not only extremely important, but seriously, it's just such an easy habit to break! All you have to do is two simple things: Get a reusable bottle. Remember ...

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Hotter Than You Should Be?

The World Wildlife Fund is auctioning off t-shirts that read "Hotter Than I Should Be" as part of their fundraising efforts toward global conservation initiatives including fighting threats like climate change. Get it? Hotter than you should be? It's a double entendre! You're hot because you're ...

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Bottled water is something you can and should give up!

Just in case you are still on the fence about bottled water, here are even more reasons to give it up and use a reusable bottle for water on the go instead. Drinking the recommended daily amount of water using bottled water can cost up to $1,400.00 per year; drinking the same amount from the tap...

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Garrison Keillor on bottled water

I am sorry, Evian and San Pellegrino and Dasani and all the other bottled waters out there - Aqua Velva, Wells Fargo, Muddy Waters, Joan Rivers, Jerry Springer, whatever - but the current campaign against paying good money for bottled water when tap water is perfectly good (and very likely purer)...

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Getting ready to rake up the leaves?

A Few Simple Steps for Composting Washington Post Eviana Hartman Sunday, September 30, 2007; N06 Fallen leaves may be a nuisance to collect, but they're far too valuable to throw away. With the arrival of autumn, go green by composting, nature's way of recycling nutrients. In composting, a p...

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What does my address have to do with this shirt I’m buying?

Have you noticed that different stores ask for your address, phone number, email address, and/or zip code when you are checking out? Don't give it to that store unless you want mail from them to start showing up. A simple "no thank you" in response is all that salesperson needs to hear (don't lec...

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Another way to opt out of credit and insurance offers

In my search to figure out why the Consumer Credit Reporting Companies are requesting your Social Security Number, I found optoutprescreen.com. This website allows you to remove your name permanently from the lists Equifax, Experian, Innovis, and TransUnion provide to businesses that send preappr...

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A corporate Do Not Mail Registry?

So today I came upon something I'd like to share with a big disclaimer of I'm not sure how well it's going to work: a corporate Do Not Mail Registry. DirectMail.com, one of those big direct mail companies, has set up a Do Not Mail Registry. Here's what they have to say about it: "As one of the ...

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Do I have to register that new product I purchased?

Product registration cards and consumer surveys Be aware that warranty or "product registration" cards have less to do with warranties than they do with mailing lists. These cards often ask you about your hobbies, the number of people in your household, your income, and other information the com...

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