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'Green' credit cards reward the environment

Credit card companies now issue environmentally beneficial cards

By Emily Starbuck Gerson and David Munns

Click the "green" cards floating above the field below to learn about how using a credit card can give back to the environment.

See related: 'It's getting easier to be green with credit cards', '10 ways to go green with credit cards', 'Banks that go green', 'Survey: U.S. not very eco-friendly with credit cards', 'Artists recycle credit cards into craft creations'

Updated: December 16, 2009


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