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Environmental Lessons I Learned In Europe

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As the United States leaves the Paris Climate Agreement, showing itself to be a true disappointment among many nations, states, environmentalists, and children, the European Union (EU) and China speed up their work on combating climate change. Fortunately, the EU is willing to work with several individual states within the United States on ramping up environmental programs; and thankfully, several states are willing to work with the EU; my state, California, is one of them. Working on climate change is not an option, it is requisite and mandatory. Having just spent three weeks in central and eastern Europe, I learned a LOT about what they are doing to be sustainable, and what WE can do to emulate them. First, here are some of the things I noticed: 1. Cars are more efficient with better fuel economy. 2. Renewable-energy use is normal. 3. Many countries produce very little waste

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Environmental Lessons I Learned In Europe

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