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Updated: September 12, 2007, 2:06 PM ET
By Gregg Easterbrook | Special to Page 2

The NFL declared this year's Super Bowl was carbon-neutral, telling the Associated Press that the league financed the planting of 3,000 trees to offset carbon emissions directly associated with the game. Greenhouse gas accumulation is put into perspective by the unnerving fact that about 1,500 new trees are required to neutralize the carbon from just one typical American home. Because the direct greenhouse gases associated with the Super Bowl -- stadium lights, concession-stand power -- were over ...

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