APR 13, 2017 02:40 PM PDT
The Clean Energy Revolution
WRITTEN BY: Karen Sorenson
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When you consider global temperatures, extreme weather patterns, or de-habitation, it’s clear that climate change is one of the most pressing global issue that our world faces in this era. In recent years, it has even played a major role in elections and in forming policy. Nevertheless, there have been many promising successes in making clean energy more cost and energy effective, and thus more available for the average environment-friendly consumer. From electric cars, to sustainable materials and fossil fuel alternative, there is always more to be done to slow and hopefully reserve some of this climate change.

In honor of Earth Day 2017, show the earth some love by taking little steps to help lessen your impact on climate change. Whether you install solar panels to subsidize your electricity usage, take the metro or a bike to work, or something as simple as using reusable shopping bag or water bottles, there are a myriad of options out there for every environmentally-conscious person wanting to make a difference!


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