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  • Adele Peters

    Great point. This reminds me of something I was talking about recently with David Delcourt @ Siva Cycles—buying something that seems environmentally-friendly often isn't actually better for the environment if you already own a less-sustainable alternative...As he said, if you already own a plastic cutting board, buying a bamboo cutting board isn't going to erase the environmental costs of making the one you have. (It's not true for everything, obviously...if you drive way more than usual, for example, the benefits of a hybrid add up more quickly...).