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Chuck's green month and, introducing, Suburb Guy

Marc Lefkowitz  |  10/10/07 @ 3:15pm

Since Clevelander Chuck Ackerman started rolling in April with his Green Month, a journal about how he's working to reduce his carbon footprint, he’s found just too many topics to explore in 30 days—from his experience of the four-mile walk to work to his latest entry where he looks into saving a near-dead clothes dryer.

And GCBL introduces a new series: “Suburb Guy wants to figure out sustainability”. As the idea of living a sustainable life expands into the mainstream, Orange Village resident and father of three (and my good friend) Evan Cooper, tries to figure out what it all means. This self-titled "Suburb Guy" admittedly is not living a very green life, but, like many people, he “really (does) want to be better. I care about my future and that of my children and their children.”

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