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January/February 2009

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* 9. Please rate the January/February 2009 "Building Better" package (From CFLs to energy-efficient skyscrapers, the new American dream is making our homes, cities, and planet greener):

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* 10. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "Emerald Cities" by Christopher Hawthorne (How green architecture can reshape America):

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* 11. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "Art or Eco?" by Josh Stephens (Why some architects aren't designing for sustainability):

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* 12. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "Nearly Perfect and Almost Painless" by Pamm Higgins (One California family navigates the green building maze):

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* 13. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "Stay-at-Home Green" by Glen Martin (Improving the places where we already live):

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* 14. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "Cool Products for an Eco-Home" by Dan Oko (Even environmentalists gotta shop):

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* 15. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "This Green House" (Anatomy of an ecofriendly abode):

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* 16. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "A/C B.C." by Peter Frick-Wright (How Americans lived well before we had energy to squander):

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* 17. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "Destination: The Java Zone" by Gregory Dicum (Nicaraguan coffee growers are preserving ecosystems that nurture banana trees, sloths, and a new breed of tourist):

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* 18. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "The Dirt on Coal" by Silas House (The cost of powering the average U.S. household with the dirtiest of fossil fuels):

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* 19. Please rate the January/February 2009 article "Lost and Found" by Ann Japenga (The mystery of Louise Teagarden is not what became of her but why she disappeared in the Santa Rosa Mountains):

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* 20. Please circle the number that best describes your level of interest in different types of SIERRA content:

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"Spout" (Letters from our readers, editor's note by Bob Sipchen)
"Create" (Commentary by Sierra Club executive director Carl Pope)
"Act" (A bright idea from an inspiring person)
"Innovate" (Profiles of individuals incorporating technology with sustainability)
"Smile" (A humorous look at saving the planet)
"Ponder" (First-person essay on an environmental topic)
"Grapple" (Environmental news and analysis)
"Explore" (A brief exploration of a wild destination)
"Enjoy" (Trends, products, and tips for ecofriendly living)
"Comfort Zone" (A green building featuring planet-friendly design)
"Mixed Media" (Interviews with journalists and reviews of books, films, and Web sites)
"Bulletin" (About the Sierra Club and its members)
"Last Words" (A photograph and commentary)
"Sierra Club Outings" (Listings of Sierra Club trips)

* 21. What do you find most interesting about SIERRA?

* 22. Least interesting?

* 23. What topics would you like to see covered more often?

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* 25. How would you suggest improving SIERRA?

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