Are recessions good for the enviroment?Adam Aston
There’s a lively rivalry boiling over at Treehugger.com. Lloyd Alter posted a tongue-in-cheek riff on how the economic slowdown could help the environment. Think about it: from goods like iPods to services such as air travel, less spending means less consumption, less energy use, less trash generated, and so on. Bring it on!
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