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Transcript of Climate
Is climate change a problem?
How you can help..
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
Use water efficiently.
Act globally, eat locally.
See the light.
Wise use of transportation
Wildlife at risk.
Increased risk of drought, flooding and wildfires.
Stronger storms and hurricanes.
Health related illnesses and diseases.
Increased carbon dioxide levels.
Stop wasting paper.
Avoid flying across the country multiple times a year.
Don't waste food.
Stop using as much electricity and unplug when possible.
Spread the word.
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