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Deforestation, fossil fuels (gasoline), factory farming, and industrial agriculture are causing our earth to overheat. This results in drought, which leads to famine (no water for crops), and loss of habitat for thousands of living things.


  1. Climate change is causing our oceans to become warmer and more acidic, which is causing ice caps to melt, sea levels to rise, and marine ecosystems to suffer.

  2. Warmer temperatures increase the frequency, intensity, and duration of heat waves and extreme weather events, worsen air and water quality, and increase the spread of certain diseases.

  3. Global warming changes the patterns and amounts of rainfall, which likewise can change stream flows, affect water supplies, and lessen the output of hydroelectricity.

Planting Trees


  1. Hold the government and corporations accountable when they are partaking in specific environmental issues. 

  2. Eat less conventional meat and animal products.

  3. Choose organic foods when possible.

  4. Drive Less: ride your bike or walk more.

  5. Unplug: video game consoles, cell phone chargers, and MP3 players use power even when they’re not in use to reduce electricity consumption.

  6. Turn off lights and turn down the thermostat... wear a sweater instead!

  7. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: buy less; borrow or trade; recycle everything you can.

  8. Avoid fast fashion: thrift or swap instead!

  9. Plant a Tree, volunteer in a garden, or plant your own garden: plants help absorb CO2 in the atmosphere.

  10. Give meal planning a try: you'll shop with more purpose, and use more of use the food you buy. Compost any food you don't use—thrown out food contributes to high amounts of methane.

  11. Commit to meaningful change with this website >

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