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Strategies for Commuters

November 18, 2007

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Turn it off. For cars made in and after 2002, idling for more than 10 seconds is actually less efficient than turning your car off and back on, according to Environmental Defense, an advocacy nonprofit in New York. That doesn't mean you need to shut down at every traffic light. (Though in Japan, where conservation is practically an art form, ... (Full article: 933 words)

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