Counting the family carbon

That’s carbon as in carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas. This feature article explores the differences in carbon footprint between life in the exurbs of New Jersey and life in the woods of Maine. That’s a lot of territory and it doesn’t even get into the carbon footprint of the typical suburban lawn.

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