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How to Go Green This Spring Break

March 17, 2010

What began as a spring training trip in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for college athletes, has turned into a huge, money-making, right of passage for students and families across the United States. If you’re among these ranks, after slogging through a long dreary winter, dreaming of sunshine, t-shirts, bathing suits, and flip-flops. You may want to just get away, forget about your troubles (like how you bombed your last midterm), and be completely self indulgent for a week. Or maybe you’re looking for that solo road trip—experiencing the freedom of the road, just you, your car. Worrying about the state of the planet or your carbon footprint might be the last thing on your mind at this point; maybe it seems like these two ideas couldn’t be further polar opposites. But having a green spring break isn’t as hard as you think. Check it –

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