# sci

Replacing pillage and destruction, “going-green” seems to be today’s top advocacies among business establishments in taking part for promoting energy conservation and environmental friendly themes.

Do you think we’d ever have a time when this philosophy would actually reverse

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1. Notice that this asks what YOU think.

You might see if any of the following links will give you ideas:

http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=migh+%22going-green%22+actually+reverse%3F

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