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One Million Acts of Green – Yes We Can

November 13, 2008 - 1 Comment

Firstly I must acknowledge my bais, but this is a great idea. Cisco has partnered with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to support a movement that fosters positive environmental change. One Million Acts of Green starts with just one act. One person. Just walking or biking to work can make a difference. Switching a light bulb or recycling the morning’s disposable coffee cup. Browse the pages and join the program. There’s no reason why this should just be limited to just Canada. Watch the video and see what you can do. Visit the website and register your act.

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