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  Sierra Magazine
  July/August 2007
Table of Contents
 
  SMART ENERGY SOLUTIONS:
Green From the Ground Up
It Takes a Village
Remodeling Right
Home-Front Ecology
 
  MORE FEATURES:
Picture Saving the Planet
Interview: Rachel Ackoff
 
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Letters
Ways & Means
One Small Step
Lay of the Land
Profile
Good Going
Innovators
The Green Life
Hey Mr. Green
Sierra Club Bulletin
 
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July/August 2007
Lions in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
Photo by Frans Lanting

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SMART ENERGY SOLUTIONS

Green From the Ground Up
Snug in the winter, made with locally sourced materials, and the meter runs backward—an environmentalist's dream home.

It Takes a Village
Making the leap from efficient homes to sustainable community.

Remodeling Right
Energy-stingy upgrades to suit every budget.

Home-Front Ecology
Of course Americans can recycle, eat locally, and stop driving. We did it before—during World War II.

Picture Saving the Planet
Frans Lanting goes to great lengths—and heights and depths—to get the perfect shot.

Interview: Rachel Ackoff
Bitten by the activist bug.

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Remodeling Right extras
More ecofriendly home upgrades for every budget

The Green Life blog
Weekly lifestyle tidbits, updates, and archives

Let's Talk book selection
The World Without Us

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The environmental wave

One Small Step
Power to the steeple

Lay of the Land
Farm Bill of fare
Lead-free condors
Population bust

Profile
United Steelworkers president Leo Gerard

Good Going
West Coast tidepools

Innovators
Green homes for the masses

Sierra Club Bulletin
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