NEW C-VILLE COVER STORY: Ten steps to a greener Charlottesville

Common sense, as much as notions of sustainability, guided this week’s feature story: a list of 10 things that local businesses and government can do right now to up Charlottesville’s green factor. Andrew Cedermark elaborates on suggestions that the whole edit staff threw together—from using pitchers and tumblers to serve water at meetings to walking to school to banning plastic bags. Read the story here, and don’t forget to leave us some practical ideas of your own.

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