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Travel now more eco-friendly

Survey: 57 percent now seek green when they travel

7:56 PM, Apr. 9, 2013
Some hotels tell guests linens are washed every three days unless a guest wants it done more often. That saves water and energy. Todd Plitt/USA Today
Some hotels tell guests linens are washed every three days unless a guest wants it done more often. That saves water and energy. Todd Plitt/USA Today
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When you travel these days, you're doing so in a more environmentally friendly fashion than you did a decade ago.

Airlines are flying planes that have more fuel-efficient engines and are lighter in weight to save on costly jet fuel. Architects are designing hotels to be more efficient in their use of energy and water, and to reduce waste. Rental car agencies are adding more hybrid and electric cars to their fleets.

Some steps have been forced upon the industry by the threat of government action, sheer economics or customer demands. But some companies say it's just good business. ...

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