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Unformatted text preview: much, but it is also a worth cause. To keep the world alive it would be best to find improvements rather to ban things that people want because those people will become upset. If we find improvements we can live the same way with smaller footprints, such as a Green house. The United States must change their ways somehow to make sure the planet lasts not just until we are gone but until as long as possible because I certainly don’t want my children or grand-children to inherit a dead or dying planet. The people of the earth need to change before we pass the point of no return and have to figure out a way to colonize mars. If only then will people truly discover the errors of their ways then there may be no hop for the planet....
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- Spring '08
- Planet, Mathis Wackernagel, Garrett Mehlberg, biodiverse culture