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I recently read an article that says there's a new report warning of continued climate change could cause great floods, drought, disease and other unfortunate global events. I've had a dream similar to the scene depicted by the trailer of 2012, except in this dream I'm in a Manhattan hi-rise. Climate change and helping our environment is always somewhere in the back of my mind. What about you?
Instead of leaving all the work to politicians and scientists, perhaps we can all pitch in, a little bit at a time. We can all walk more, take public transit, share a car (I see too many cars with only a driver in it), recycle, reuse, turn off lights, unplug unused electronics and numerous other things. Only by taking things in our own hands can we really make a difference in our own lives. We may even end up helping millions of others in the process. Leo of Zen Habits mentions in his post, The Art of the Small: How to Make an Impact, that each one of us can make a huge difference if we concentrate on a small enough problem.
What do you do to help the environment and stave off climate change? What do you do in your daily life to help our environment?
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