How can you go green while in college?
Here is my video response to the question.
The same way you can when you’re living at home. Essentially going green means being smart and being responsible. It means being efficient, it means learning about the environment. Going green means that you’re conscientious enough to take responsibility for your part in global warming, and by going green you can prevent the destruction of the planet and of millions of species of plants & animals. It’s crucial for self preservation that we go green – as a species continuing to live as we do is simply not an option and would be the quickest route to our own extinction. At the same time though it is also a moral imperative that we protect this planet that we’ve inherited and multitude of life forms that share it with us.
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