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My name is XXXX, and I am a fact-checker at SmartMoney magazine based in New York. I believe you corresponded with one of our writers, Anna Prior, for an upcoming story. I therefore have a few quick questions, to make sure we don't have any errors. Please let me know ASAP if any of the following is incorrect:
- Your name is spelled Tim Haab
- From what I understand, you talked about how there can be hidden costs associated with going green that people don't always think about. For example, the price of maintaining, repairing and getting insurance for green products (such as cars, appliances, etc.) can be higher than for non-green alternatives.
- You are an environmental economist and professor at the Ohio State University
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The logo consists of a solid box with the words "The Ohio State University" reversing out of it.