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A Greener LA

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LAist could have once been accused of being obsessive about coffee but lately we've kicked the habit. The same can't be said for green LA girl, who has made local fair trade coffee a delicious cause worth fighting for. Her recent discussion of why some local bean brewers don't go for fair trade certification is illuminating of how the entire industry works.

Digging around her site, we found her guide to living more green in LA which includes some things we already do regularly and some organizations we didn't know about.

And now we know what to do with this ancient VCR we never use anymore.