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Simple, Not Easy

The Easiest Way to Address Climate Change is to Consume Less

We can certainly talk about reducing our consumption of meat, plastic, and clothes made by fast-fashion companies. But it’s much easier to take about a single solution that effectively addresses them all: lowering our consumption rate.

Currently, there’s only about a 5% chance that we’ll be able to keep global warming below the dangerous threshold of 2 degrees…

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Jennifer Chan

Jennifer Chan

Productivity, craftsmanship, and the pursuit of excellence at work. Writing now at jennifertchan.substack.com.

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