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Well, I'm sure that there are more things that our family can do to go green, so I am hoping to learn some good ideas here. I also hope that I can contribute some good ideas and ask some unique questions. See you on the forum!
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It took me some time to find this place to introduce myself. I'm a graduate student in focusing my efforts into energy research at the moment. It became a passion of mines some years ago in college and I've decided to attempt to make an impact on this world learning more about what I can do to contribute to bettering our world and encouraging others to do the same.
I hope to learn a lot and share the little I know about leading a green life as well as support those who have taken the effort to shift towards a more environmentally conscious way of living.
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