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Ban on Plastic Bags in LA

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Tom Wright, Eco czar, speaks with Melissa McGinnis from Greenopolis TV about the recent ban on plastic bags in Los Angeles County and provides valuable Eco tips for grocery shopping.

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About Greenopolis

Greenopolis is dedicated to our users. We focus our attention on changing the world through recycling, waste-to-energy and conservation. We reward our users for their sustainable behavior on our website, through our Greenopolis recycling kiosks and with curbside recycling programs. Visit our site at www.greenopolis.com to learn more!

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Tom Wright, Eco czar, speaks with Melissa McGinnis from Greenopolis TV about the recent ban on plastic bags in Los Angeles County and provides valuable Eco tips for grocery shopping.

 Watch the video here....

About Greenopolis

Greenopolis is dedicated to our users. We focus our attention on changing the world through recycling, waste-to-energy and conservation. We reward our users for their sustainable behavior on our website, through our Greenopolis recycling kiosks and with curbside recycling programs. Visit our site at www.greenopolis.com to learn more!

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Backyard Innovation with Backyard Skills, a D.I.Y Handbook

Eco-friendly do it yourself book from The Ecology Center delivers fun and rewarding projects for everyone to try
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 From Glenn Croston's Fast Company Expert Blog

New Report: Growing Water Scarcity in US is 'Hidden' Financial Risk for Investors Owning Utility Bonds

Los Angeles, Atlanta utilities face increasing risks, according to report’s water risk assessment
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Growing water scarcity in many parts of the United States is a hidden financial risk for investors who buy the water and electric utility bonds that finance much of the country's vast water and power infrastructure, according to a first-ever report on the issue released today by Ceres and Water Asset Management.

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Growing water scarcity in many parts of the United States is a hidden financial risk for investors who buy the water and electric utility bonds that finance much of the country's vast water and power infrastructure, according to a first-ever report on the issue released today by Ceres and Water Asset Management.

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