Corrections for the Week of March 19 

The number of homes Oakland property owners lost due to foreclosure during the recession.

Due to a typographical error, our March 12 Eco Watch, "Quan's 10K Plan Is Eco-Friendly," misstated the number of homes Oakland property owners lost due to foreclosure during the recession. It was about 14,000 — not 1,400.

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