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What are ways in which an individual may help reduce emitting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere?

Drawdown is written as summary of 100 methods and technologies to reduce carbon emissions. List ways in which an individual (versus a corporation) can make an impact.

Michael Pollan asks “Why Bother?” in an excerpt from his New York Times essay included in Drawdown. Explain other possible justifications for bothering or not bothering to shift food practices.

Drawdown notes that our food practices—from farm to table and beyond—contribute extensively to global warming. Michael Pollan offers a reason why humans should reflect on their habits. Discuss others and why humans should bother or not bother about this issue.

How do cars, buses, and trains—even if electric—contribute to carbon emissions?

Since the inception of motorized transport, vehicles emit waste through their exhaust systems. Consider the chemical compounds involved and how...

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