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What advice does Tom Quade have for public health workers as we begin to better understand the ways in which climate change affects health?
Why are issues caused by global climate change everyone's problem? Why does the drought in Somalia, the air pollution in China, oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico, or the amount of bread consumed in the UK matter to everyone? How do individual actions and behaviors build into a larger, more impactful, problem?
What are the issues with single stream recycling? Why is single stream recycling like trying to "unscramble an egg"? Where does the majority of your recycling go? What can you do before your next recycling day pickup that would make a difference? What happens if one person on your recycling route doesn't follow the rules?
What are 5 things you could easily start doing that would make your environmental footprint smaller? As an example, I turn off the faucet when I brush my teeth. 2 minutes of water, twice a day, at 2.2 gallons per minute flowing from a bathroom faucet, I save 8.8 gallons of water a day just by not having the water flowing when I brush my teeth. Added up over a year, I personally prevent 3,212 gallons of water from just flowing down the drain for no reason. What can you do? Maybe make a better effort of following the rules for recycling? Turn off your car while you're waiting to get your gas pumped (reducing idling?)