Going Green - A Step-A-Day Program for Lazy Suburbanites

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Erin is a self-proclaimed suburbanite slob and mom of two realized her daily actions were contributing to the rapid decay of the planet. In an attempt to mitigate that damage, she is trying to make one change every day that will lighten her ecological footprint. Erin hopes to encourage other “average joes” to do the same.

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