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What does it mean to "go green" on a fixed income?




FIle: A man looks at a prototype of Honda's new hybrid car Insight at Honda headquarters in Tokyo, July 6, 1999. The car adopted new ultra-low fuel consumption technologies and a lightweight aluminum body structure which enabled it to achieve the world's lowest fuel consumtion with a mass-produced gasoline-powered vehicle.
FIle: A man looks at a prototype of Honda's new hybrid car Insight at Honda headquarters in Tokyo, July 6, 1999. The car adopted new ultra-low fuel consumption technologies and a lightweight aluminum body structure which enabled it to achieve the world's lowest fuel consumtion with a mass-produced gasoline-powered vehicle.
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How do people on a fixed income make choices that can benefit the environment? Dr. Xavier Morales, executive director of the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California, joined Take Two to talk about what "green" options were available.