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Freakonomics dissects the pro-environment consumer, and finds a propensity to signal a green...

Freakonomics dissects the pro-environment consumer, and finds a propensity to signal a green commitment by buying the more hybrid-looking car or placing solar panels on the front of the house - even if the back receives more sun. A recent study found a 3.5% premium for solar panels in towns with more college grads and Prius hybrids. Consider KWT, TAN and ICLN, but watch out for competition from China.
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  • HiSpeed
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    Sounds like vanity is getting more expensive
    15 Jul 2011, 04:55 PM Reply Like
  • lancethenotsogreat
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    Sounds like environmentalism has become the new religion and its followers have become the newest bigots.
    15 Jul 2011, 06:02 PM Reply Like
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