Published November 04, 2005, issue of November 04, 2005.
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For information about financial incentives for buying hybrid cars, see www.hybridcars.com/incentives-legislation.html.

For more information on how to replicate Congregation Bet Haverim’s One for Each Night program, visit http://bellsouthpwp.net/c/b/cbhdsl/tikkun_olam/cfl/cfl_index.htm.

To find out more about financial incentives for installing wind and solar power, check out www.dsireusa.org.

To find out if green power is available in your area, visit www.green-e.org.

Among the groups involved in energy-offsetting programs are NativeEnergy (www.nativeenergy.com; 800-924-6826), the Bonneville Environmental Foundation (www.greentagsusa.org; 866-233-8247), American Forests (www.Americanforests.org; 202-737-1944) and Sustainable Harvest International (www.sustainableharvest.org; 207-669-8254).

COEJL offers its expertise at www.coejl.org or 212-532-7436; Interfaith Power & Light (IPL), a network of religious congregations and communities seeking to address climate change, can be reached at www.theregenerationproject.org or 415-561-4894.

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