Alexandria Fletcher-Flynn Herr
The sentiment I often hear when I talk with friends about climate change is hopelessness. The recent news that CO2 emissions have hit an all-time high in 2018 and the bleak forecasts of the 1.5-degree report are enough to send anyone into despair. The problem is that hopelessness breeds passivity, which is the opposite of what’s needed in the face of climate change. Individual action can seem daunting in the face of such a mammoth problem, but it does matter, and it doesn’t require you to move off the grid onto a solar farm on the woods. Here are three new year’s resolutions everyone can make for 2019 to help stop climate change.
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