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Other Views on the Greening of America
Rob Eshman’s open admission about a failed venture in green investment was a welcome change of pace from an editor who has generated some heated controversy among readers (“My 2011 Nissan Solyndra,” Oct. 28).
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Our home is getting almost insufferably sustainable. To the artichoke farm front yard, the flock of hens and two goats in the backyard, the Prius in the driveway, I added a new 2011 all-electric Nissan Leaf. Pretty soon people are going to knock on our door looking for Ed Begley,...