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of concern in how the mission is conducted and completed. “But there are sweeter reasons to plant the garden, to bother. At least in this one corner of our yard and life, you will have begun to heal the split between what you think and what you do, to commingle your identities as consumer and producer and citizen. Chances are, your garden will re-engage you with your neighbors, for you will have reduced the power of the cheap-energy mind by personally overcoming its most debilitating weakness: its helplessness and the fact that it can’t do much of anything that doesn’t involve division of subtraction.” (Pollen 20) “An additional 13.1 percent of the emissions that contribute to the global warming effect come from transportation, toting everything from people to pork chops.” (Lappe 32) How is climate change affecting natural disasters? Is technology a feasible solution? Will the efforts of all individuals influence change? “Go Pick Some Weeds” Lappe, Anna. “The Climate Crisis at the End of Our Fork.” Inquiring To Academic Writing. 2d ed. Green and Lidinski. Boston. Bedford/St. Martin Pollan, Michael. “Why Bother.” Inquiring To Academic Writing. 2d ed. Green and Lidinski. Boston. Bedford/St. Martin
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