NPR: Hawaiian Family Lives Off The Grid

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Description: A Hawaiian family lives off the grid in a tent on the Island of Hawaii to cut down their carbon costs.

So, you’ve switched to compact fluorescent lightbulbs and always separate your paper and plastics. But when it comes to being environmentally aware, you probably can’t compete with Maire Sanford.

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