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Unformatted text preview: Carly Geller Section 303 Danny Spitzberg ES112 Let’s Do Something! This week in lecture and in the readings, I feel inspired to take action . We speak so much and endlessly discuss the issues that our world faces, but there comes a time where not much more can be said. Get Up! Stand up! quotes, “We have brilliant scientists, we have superb economists, we have some of the most battle-hardened lawyers and lobbyists you could hope for. The only thing the climate movement lacks is the movement part.” (24) Action by the world’s citizen is in order. Whether the action is changing a light bulb, installing solar panels, or moving into a city-a suggestion by City Ethic- action needs to happen. However, Consider Using the N –Word Less has a good point. This article talks about the fact that if it is stated that the solution is switching a few light bulbs, citizens will “conclude that a) the problem can’t be that big if my few bulbs can fix it, so I won’t worry about any of it; or b) I know the problem is huge and my little...
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- Spring '12
- Incandescent light bulb, City Ethic