Green Electronics

Green electronics range from energy-efficient TVs and computers to iPods, gaming systems and much more. Green electronics are also found on a larger scale in use in schools and industry. Electronics that have a lighter impact on the environment, thanks to improved energy efficiency and cleaner production methods, are considered green. Many can earn "Energy Star" approval, which means they have superior efficiency and higher green ratings. (Photo: Flickr)

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