The Garden Path

Gonick, Cy; Levy, Andrea; Turner, Terisa E.; Brownhill, Leigh; Roberts, Dylan; Titterton, Ashley
March 2011
Canadian Dimension;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p28
The article presents the views of several people on standing against the risks posed by climate change. Modifying personal lifestyle and buying environmentally friendly products as an attempt to reduce environmental degradation is stated to be misleading. Coal burning accounts for about three-quarters of carbon dioxide emissions and replacing the coal industry with alternative energy source is stated to be beneficial.


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