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Welcome to the official Leaf Score blog. This is our forum for discussing all things sustainability as well as practical tips and tricks for fighting climate change one step at a time. Our annual list of the most sustainable cryptocurrencies is our most popular blog post, but we have also published articles on the best eco-friendly Black-owned businesses, NYC’s climate museum, biodynamic wine, and the best products made from recycled plastics, among many others.

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We interviewed a family in Humboldt County, California who installed solar at their home to learn about costs, issues, and production.
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Austin, Texas offers solar rebates for residents through Austin Energy and Green Mountain Energy. Here is what you need to know.
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Colorado summers have become hotter as climate change accelerates. Can leasing solar panels help to save money on the AC bill?
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The Federal Solar Tax Credit has been raised to 30% through 2032. Here is what you need to know in order to take advantage.
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We interviewed a reader who had Tesla solar panels installed at his home in the Easy Bay, California. Did he save money?
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California's wine industry is being threatened by climate change. Learn how one leading winery is taking action to fight back.
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Water levels reached all time lows, and residents and farmers who depend on the water supply need to remedy the situation.
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The nation’s biggest municipal solar project when it opened, Sunset Reservoir has about 24,000 solar panels on its rooftop.
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The California Public Utilities Commission has proposed a solar tax that would cost homeowners in the Golden State with rooftop solar between $300-600 per year.
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Is your mattress or sofa non-toxic? Scientists at Duke University can tell you.
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Despite being decimated by industrialization and pollution for decades, oysters may be a key tool in the arsenal against climate change.
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Each year, about 7,500 wildfires burn approximately 1.5 million acres on national forests and grasslands, according to the US Forest Service.