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Students 'Go Green' In San Francisco

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Students 'Go Green' In San Francisco

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Students 'Go Green' In San Francisco

Students 'Go Green' In San Francisco

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Go Green, a program in San Francisco schools, gives high school students cell phones that can help them monitor how much carbon they're using. Many say it gives them incentive to walk more and drive less.

David Gorn reports for member station KQED in San Francisco.

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