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Logan Kane

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Participant Impact

  • up to
    420
    minutes
    spent outdoors

Logan's Actions

Community

Meet My Neighbors

I will meet 2 new neighbor(s) this week.

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Ecological Principles

Support Pollution Reduction

I will learn about water and air quality issues in my area, how they are impacting human and environmental health, and how I can help.

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Ecological Principles

Practice Gratitude for Earth

This week, I will spend 60 minute(s) each day outside, practicing gratitude (prayer, meditation, journaling, etc.) for Earth and the nature surrounding me.

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    Logan Kane 3/24/2020 7:15 AM
    I wanted to say that the pandemic has given me a unique perspective on the eco-challenge. I don't know about anyone else, but I've seen these images of pollution disappearing from China and Italy, and now the US. On one hand, our economy is literally being destroyed with each day that people and businesses let their debt build with no income to pay it. On the other hand, the pandemic removes a lot of the urgent but not important aspects of people's lives and lets them focus on what they really want out of life. I agree that the pandemic on a small scale reflects some of the issues in our society that are caused by climate change on a large scale.

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      Camilla Price 3/26/2020 7:29 AM
      I agree that a global crisis like this definitely puts things in perspective. I have actually seen some wildlife experts advocating for thinking of climate change a pandemic, so people will understand its severity and far-reaching impact.

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    Logan Kane 3/04/2020 11:01 AM
    I got beat by Camilla in the ecochallenge this week but have spent more time outside and ate a homemade salad for lunch today!

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    Logan Kane 2/21/2020 11:34 AM
    Two ways to reduce overconsumption-

    1. Make electric cars that are less expensive and more efficient than ICE cars.

    2. Family planning in developing countries.