February 26, 2013

Maybe "Mayberry" Can Solve Climate

Schendler & York, Den. Post


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What might you expect to find in communities where "family values" are the strongest? More churches? More parents helping out in classrooms? Maybe more bake sales? Yes, perhaps. But there's one thing you would definitely find: solar panels.

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