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A broad coalition ranging from multinational companies to schools and
hospitals to scientists, celebrities and ordinary people has launched
an ambitious grassroots campaign
to slow global warming through individual actions. Sponsored by the
U.K.'s Guardian and filmmaker Franny Armstrong, who made the
documentary "The Age of Stupid," the 10:10 campaign entails vows to cut
carbon emissions by 10 percent in 2010 as a first step toward stopping
climate change. For actions, ideas and reports on global warming, go here.

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