Description: What is a carbon footprint? What is the carbon footprint of a North Carolina family living in the United States vs. a Chinese family living in China?
Description: Scientists sacrifice small sections of the Amazon by setting small fires in the forest, to better understand global warming.
Description: An Atlanta family moves out of the suburbs and into a downtown, walkable community, designed reduce global warming.
Description: Listeners ask climate related questions, such as “What is the greenhouse effect?”
Description: The carbon and greenhouse cost of living in the suburbs vs costs of living in the city Balancing family economic costs vs. balancing decreasing carbon footprints.
Description: Listeners ask, “What costs more in greenhouse gases, heating or cooling a home?”
Description: A Hawaiian family lives off the grid in a tent on the Island of Hawaii to cut down their carbon costs.
Description: Listeners ask, “What’s healthier for the environment, flying or driving?”
Description: A North Carolina family does what they can to cut down their carbon footprint to help save the environment.
Description: There are simple things one can do to increase green living. This interview in London discusses the carbon outputs (emissions) during production of food and manufactured goods.
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