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March 19 - December 31, 2021

Canopy Road Crusaders

UU DD 2021

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    zero-waste meals

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  • July 27 at 6:17 PM
    Interesting that ocean wave energy is so powerful and constant and it's so difficult to come up with a good solid efficient solution to producing consistent efficient energy. Once that does happen, and it will, this type of energy is just exactly where most of the people of the world are located, in coastal areas.
  • July 23 at 9:05 AM
    Watched Seaspiracy. Very troubling to see that if fishing is continued at its current rate populations will collapse by 2048. Another good video available on YouTube is "Salmon Confidential", which shows how bad farmed salmon is for natural populations of native salmon and for consumers of  the product.
  • July 2 at 9:40 AM
    Drawdown Ecochallenge is the first time I've gotten into the details of how greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced. Before, EVs and alternative energy sources were about the extent of my thinking. Now I know about many more sources of greenhouse gases and the solutions that need to be implemented. Just about every aspect of our lives is...
  • June 30 at 8:07 PM
    The climate impact of refrigerants is much greater than I ever imagined. Supermarkets use large amounts of HFCs, with one supermarket contributing more to greenhouse gas emissions in a year than over 300 cars. 
  • June 30 at 8:00 PM
    They contribute to global warming much more than CO2 does.
  • June 30 at 11:48 AM
    My county has a gender pay gap, with women earning 84 cents for every dollar earned by men. Food and housing insecurity are a serious problem in my county. One in 4 people live in poverty, many of them in single-parent households headed by women. 

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