Will higher gas prices change people’s habits?

Perhaps not immediately, but it plants a powerful seed to trigger change.

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Crude oil as a nonrenewable natural resource that is heavily relied upon in the daily lives of the majority of our population. Daily commutes between cities for work and frequent driving to avoid the frigid winter temperatures are common nowadays, contributing to rising ecological footprints. According to the…

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Passionate writer. University student. Curious mind.

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