How to Demand Action on Climate Change

Images’In the face of enormous, apparently intractable social problems, individual action can seem puny and inconsequential. (And indeed, just 100 companies are responsible for 71 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, which can make your rinsing out your tuna cans seem like an absurd bit of private theater.) But collectively we actually can slow climate change: “The first thing that someone can do,” says Michael Brune, the executive director for the Sierra Club, “is to remember that you have power. As a citizen, a consumer, an investor, as a human being, you have the power to effect really great change.” Here’s how to get started.…’

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  1. Excellent article because of its practicable advice. The ideals of “democracy” as most people understand the term are in place at community and local levels much more than at any higher level — municipal and county government across most of the US, all aspects of town government in the northeast, parish government in Louisiana, and so on. Look into it !


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