Jesse Wong

Actioneers of EVPP 480

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  • 15 Total

Challenges

Consumption and Economy

Track my Purchases

I will maintain a record of all my purchases.

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Community

Sign a Petition

I will sign a petition in support of an environmental or social initiative in my state.

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One-Time Challenge

Water

Learn About My Watershed

I will find local resources for learning about my watershed and the particular water issues my region faces.

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Ecological Principles

Reduce My Footprint

I will calculate my ecological footprint and talk with my family or roommates about way we can reduce our negative enviromental impact.

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A Call to Sustainability

Sign a Petition

I will sign petitions in support of an environmental or social initiative in my state.

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One-Time Challenge

Consumption and Economy

Buy Only What I Need

I will not buy anything except items required for health and safety.

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One-Time Challenge

A Call to Sustainability

Pay Attention to Current Events

I will watch or read the news each day this week with a specific focus on sustainability issues and happenings.

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A Call to Sustainability

Explore My Area

I will explore at least one new hiking trail or nature walk in my area.

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Water

Say No to Plastic

Plastic bags and small plastic pieces like straws are most likely to get swept into our waterways. This week, I'll say "no" to plastic bags at the store and plastic straws in all of my drinks.

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  • Jesse Wong 2/15/2019 7:42 AM
    This week, I got the opportunity to delve into CSL 2 as one of the presenters. One of the most fascinating things I thought of in creating this presentation was just how interconnected humans are to other humans. We already know of coal burning polluting the atmosphere causing problems with our air, but its actually sticking on ice! Events from climate change, such as increased average temperatures, have caused both sea level rise and droughts causing a predicted 143 million displaced people by 2050 (see Groundswell from the World Bank).  I've learned just a bit more about how many problems we have caused, but there's a lot of solutions as well!