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Going Green (San Francisco, California) #860051

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 08, 2007
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(San Francisco: Charles Gibson) The efforts in San Francisco to go green introduced.

(San Francisco: Brian Rooney) Examples of going green in San Francisco featured; scenes shown from the Giants ballpark that has solar panels, a local cartoon show "The Unsustainables," plantings on the roof of the California Academy of Sciences; details given about new energy technology and new green initiatives by companies like Yahoo, Google and Apple. [Pacific Gas and Electric Nancy McFADDEN†- comments on solar power.] [Grace Cathedral Rev. Sally BINGHAM†- talks about being "stewards of creation."] [Venture capitalist Ray LANE†- talks money.] [San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Tony IRONS†- comments.]

Gibson, Charles;
Rooney, Brian

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