. To Counter Climate Change, We Need to Stop Burning Things « JO LEE MAGAZINE

The New Yorker – If one wanted a basic rule of thumb for dealing with the climate crisis, it would be: stop burning things.

In the early years of the climate crisis, scientists thought that “biomass” was an exception to the burning rule, but in recent years, researchers have upended those calculations.

It’s possible to stop burning things on planet Earth because of our solar system’s star, which will send the light that activates solar panels, and the heat that drives our winds. Through renewable energy, we can, and must, bring the combustion age to a swift end.

Discover more on climate change and the detriments of plastic use in an exclusive interview with a former EPA official at the New Yorker.

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Judith Enck’s Beyond Plastics, a campaign that seeks to engage citizens in what’s emerged as one of the biggest environmental fights on the planet. Act now at https://www.beyondplastics.org/act

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