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March 4, 2024
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Commentary: Greening our Northern California home and cars cut our energy bills by $11,000 a year, but it wasn’t easy

As global carbon emissions from human activity hit an all-time high last year, my family zeroed out emissions from our home and cars while getting an 11% tax-free return on the investment. That’s more than twice the yield of municipal bonds. And it’s an auspicious time to hit this target, weeks after an oil executive running the recent United Nations climate summit in Dubai rehashed the trope that eliminating fossil fuels would “take the world back into caves.”As global carbon emissions from human activity hit an all-time high last year, my family zeroed out emissions from our home and cars while getting an 11% tax-free return on the investment. That’s more than twice the yield of municipal bonds. And it’s an auspicious time to hit this target, weeks after an oil executive running the recent United Nations climate summit in Dubai rehashed the trope that eliminating fossil fuels would “take the world back into caves.”

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