From today’s highly recommended Washington Post article entitled “D.C. Area Families Take Green to the Extreme,”
For Iklé-Khalsa’s wife, his push for green living has affected a much bigger decision.
“I’m 40, so my clock is going boom! Boom! Boom! Sometimes, I just roll my eyes and go, ‘Come on, honey, think about who our child could be!’ ” said Mimi Iklé-Khalsa. But her husband says a second child could have too high an environmental cost. “We’ve had the discussion of, ‘If we have another biological child, it means we never fly,’ ” and do other things to offset the child’s carbon footprint, she said.