We all have a role in solving climate change

Burack, Thomas S.
April 2007
New Hampshire Business Review;4/13/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p24
The author reflects on the important role played by individuals in addressing climate change. He argues on the actions established by the government to reduce the effect of greenhouse gas emissions, thereby lessening its effect on the Earth's climate. The author points out on the list of ways which can be carried out by individuals to help conserve energy consumption and reduce the effect of greenhouse gas emissions.


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