April 4 - April 25, 2018

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The Drawdown EcoChallenge is a fun and social way to learn about and take action on the 100 most substantive solutions to global warming.
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The Drawdown EcoChallenge is offered in partnership by Project Drawdown and Northwest Earth Institute's EcoChallenge. Together we're taking action on the 100 most substantive solutions to global warming. Stretch your limits, earn points, and compete for prizes...like a video call with Paul Hawken for the winning team! Take the challenge, and see how three weeks of action add up to a lifetime of change for you and the planet.

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  • May 12 at 8:22 AM
    I'm a nurse at Ohio Health, and get very frustrated with all the waste that is not recycled.  There are many items daily that are placed in trash because of lack of education about recycling.  There should be more recycle bins placed at the hospital and signage placed to remind others about recycling.
  • May 12 at 8:19 AM
    Run off from industry.  Dumping of wastes i.e. used oils etc into waterways.  Use of pesticides/fertilizers that are "earth friendly".  Dumping of plastics into oceans.  Trash anywhere affects the earth and eventually goes into our waterways.
  • May 8 at 6:12 PM
    i am not sure that this is an accurate statement.  Men are often the sole support for their families with their earnings paying household bills that feed, support, clothe and warm their families.  IF women do indeed invest a higher proportion of their earnings in their families, then i would say that is because women take their children's...