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For your carbon footprint, it's location, location, lifestyle

For your carbon footprint, it's location, location, lifestyle | Reduce Carbon Emissions and Concentration | Scoop.it

Attention city dwellers: There's consolation for your cramped apartments and crowded subway cars. Your carbon footprint might be a quarter the size of your suburban counterparts, with their green lawns, separate kid rooms and drives to get groceries and coffee. 

 


Via Cathryn Wellner
Thomas Blaser's insight:

Bringing atmospheric carbon concentration down from current 400 ppm to 350 ppm is the path for safeguarding our planet for future generations. Follow http://350.org/; climate change leaders Bill McKibben http://www.billmckibben.com/; and James Hansen http://www.ted.com/talks/james_hansen_why_i_must_speak_out_about_climate_change.html; to get our planet's climate back to normal!

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Rescooped by Thomas Blaser from Climate change challenges
Scoop.it!

For your carbon footprint, it's location, location, lifestyle

For your carbon footprint, it's location, location, lifestyle | Reduce Carbon Emissions and Concentration | Scoop.it

Attention city dwellers: There's consolation for your cramped apartments and crowded subway cars. Your carbon footprint might be a quarter the size of your suburban counterparts, with their green lawns, separate kid rooms and drives to get groceries and coffee. 

 


Via Cathryn Wellner
Thomas Blaser's insight:

Bringing atmospheric carbon concentration down from current 400 ppm to 350 ppm is the path for safeguarding our planet for future generations. Follow http://350.org/; climate change leaders Bill McKibben http://www.billmckibben.com/; and James Hansen http://www.ted.com/talks/james_hansen_why_i_must_speak_out_about_climate_change.html; to get our planet's climate back to normal!

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