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Weekly Link Round-Up: 08/14/09

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  • Do plastic bag bans work? Despite the complaints, the protests, and even the black market contraband bags (!), it appears that: yes, they’re working. [Scientific American]
  • Is your kid going back to school? When it comes to packing lunch bags, think green. [The Good Human]
  • Green doesn’t stop at lunch bags, either. Backpacks, binders, pencil boxes: all of these reusable containers are due for a sustainable makeover. [Long Island Press]
  • So far, Telluride is coming in 9th in the great Western Mountain “Bag It!” challenge. [Telluride Daily Planet]
  • Fairfield, CT, contemplates taking the bag ban route to eco-friendly city. [Connecticut Post]
  • Ulster County, NY, creates Green Ribbon task force to assess the plastic bag problem and brainstorm solutions. [Mid-Hudson News Network]
  • The bag tax battle continues to rage in Seattle, where it is put to a vote. [Triple Pundit]
  • Huffington Post readers show off their support for reusable bags! [Huffington Post]
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