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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    It's interesting to see the intersection of faith and religion with science- and how people are binding together to pray- yet all of us are not making changes fast enough. It's a race for sure. You'd think all this data would lead to faster policy changes. Sometimes people don't know what to do to make changes- or don't have the ability to, for example, install solar panels. We all should be wasting food and resources less- but I think ultimately, it would help to establish policies like France has- limiting car usage (that's just an example- but man...we as humans need to do more). Do you recommend any resources that would help us be better about our consumption?

    • Will Pollock

      that's a great question... other than become deliberate disposers all, I don't know where to look. I don't buy any product that has non-recyclable containers, and try to combine errands when driving. Limiting consumption is a heavy lift for a lot of Americans and in other parts of the world. don't you think it's a cultural thing?

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        I think it's more about business and the way everything is packaged. A lot of it is not smart- it hasn't been thought of in an efficient way. Fortunately, designers are rethinking it, making packaging disposable or more compact.