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  1. Did you know that 91% of all Americans drive to work alone in their car? I unfortunately am one of them. If every one of us could cut out just one of those trips per week by carpooling, taking the bus, walking, or riding a bike, carbon emissions would be reduced by almost 150 tons. That is a significant amount. What we all need to do is find a way to cut out one car trip a week and find an alternative way to do it. This could include a trip to the store, a doctor's appointment, hair cut, etc. and get there by another means of transport. It's really not hard to do when you consider that almo
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  2. Hello everyone, I'm Alfonso, 26 year old entrepreneur from Manila. I try my best to be environmentally responsible and I try to influences the people close to me to do the same as well. I'm glad to be here and I hope to learn more about climate change, co2 emissions, pollution and hopefully play a bigger role in my community as an advocate for a greener future.
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  3. Lennox


    Nobody has more at stake, or would be in the most affected (if not the best) position to decide whether to abort or not--than the one who is actually pregnant. Why would somebody bypass the autonomy and perspective of the one who is pregnant, in favor of presuming to voice for the rights of the voiceless embryo or fetus? Is it to impose "proper" consequences of not using contraception? If it's down to human life, well quality of life is a large aspect of human life--but why rather bring another person into this world just because of its potential, rather than continue to respect the quality of
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  4. I realize that it's been a while since anyone has posted to this topic, but I would like to chime in. I live in Hampton Roads, VA, a region that is particularly vulnerable to climate change and raising sea levels. It boggles my mind that while the evidence for global warming is plain as day, it is not accepted. People refuse to believe or accept global warming for a variety of reasons: 1) The concept of global warming is rather complex and does not fit into a 30 second sound-bite. Trying to address all the contributing factors can be difficult. 2) Far too much misinformation regarding g
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  5. oraclemay

    Hello from South Africa

    Hello everyone. I just love this site, it is full of so much interesting stuff. Looking forward to sharing and learning a lot of new things!
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  6. drtbear


    Howdy from Virginia. I look forward to stimulating conversation and exchanging ideas and thoughts regarding environmental issues.
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  7. forextraspecialstuff

    Hi Everyone!

    Hi All, New to this forum. I spent some time poking around and it looks like a great place to share ideas and opinions. I'm passionate about the environment and truly believe that one person can make a difference. I look forward to learning from everyone, thanks for having me!
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