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Grassroots Solutions to Human Extinction

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Singingway

Loved learning about some climate solutions I hadn't known about. Like most solutions, you look around and wonder how it could ever be successfully implemented in your own town. I plan to look up "transition towns." They didn't ask key questions. For example -- if you change your Euro into ...Read more

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Yissel

I really liked this movie, I had seen other documentaries with similar approaches but still got excited and learned a lot. Now every person in the world will have to watch this to compensate for the dozens of flights they took ^ ^".

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