Treehugger carries news that Wachovia bank in California is turning 300 of its branches green by 2010. A little reading suggests that each branch plans to use 20% less energy, 25 percent less water and have some preferential parking for bikes and low-emission cars.

Surprisingly, Treehugger carries news that Wachovia bank in California is turning 300 of its branches green by 2010. A little reading suggests that each branch plans to use 20% less energy, 25 percent less water and have some preferential parking for bikes and low-emission cars.

Is that all you have to do to be green these days? Switch off you lights and ac at night, use the wee-wee flush button on the toilet. Nothing noted about energy savings at their server farms. And how about this great innovation:

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