Power Down

| November/December 2001

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More than 30 percent of America’s personal computers are left running over-night and on the weekend, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. By turning them off, notes Mother Jones (July/Aug. 2001), we could shut down eight large power plants and cut carbon dioxide emissions by 7 million tons a year.

Discuss Energy in Cafe Utne's: cafe.utne.com

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