Unstoppable Global Warming

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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Wind Power Cards

Whole Foods is selling wind power cards that supposedly let concerned citizens directly encourage windmills. The $5 and $15 plastic cards represent what Whole Foods claims is the increased cost of producing wind power—over an oil-fired power plant—for an individual or family’s monthly electricity. Whole Foods says it will pass the card earnings to the windmill companies. To be more than a “feel-good,” however, tens of millions of people would need to buy the cards every month for the next decade, at least. The likelihood of that? Your guess. What if you forget?

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