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  • September 19 at 5:53 PM
    Chapter 3 Food 1.  Consider all the ways in which fossil fuels might have been used to produce or transport the foods you ate today.  The commercial seeds are coated with petroleum-based fertilizers. The crops are drowned in petroleum-based fertilizers and pesticides. The tractors and other machinery run on petroleum.  Many of the crops...
  • September 18 at 2:54 PM
    Ecological FootprintMy ecological footprint is 3.9 gha, my carbon footprint is 7.4 tonnes(emissions), which was 65 percent of my footprint. I'd expected to have a lower footprint than i do, but I'm also unsure of some of my exact contributors, like how far i drive weekly and how efficient my house is. I do think i could carpool more often, but...
  • September 16 at 1:33 PM
    Ecological Footprint Response My ecological footprint was very shocking to me in a better way than expected. At first, I thought my carbon footprint was going to be much higher than it was, but mine was that we would only need 1.4 earths to sustain all humans if every human lived exactly like me. This answer was pretty shocking to me but...
  • September 13 at 9:17 PM
    My ecological footprint is 4.5. I was super sad when I found out that my living habits are not good for the earth. My main contributor to my ecological footprint is my carbon footprint. I drive a lot in my week. I drive to school, work, soccer practice, and to my grandmas house, My main goal this year was to find a way to get around more...
  • September 5 at 1:45 PM
     For the first Eco challenge, I decided to sign petitions on a website called Care2, which was recommended by Savannah. The entire interface of the website is very easy to use and it is such a great program to sign up for! I signed several petitions off of the site the day that I signed up and I have signed many more to this day. Some examples...
  • September 3 at 12:41 PM
    Noel Puentes 9/4/19 Sustainability Eco Challange #1 Rhonda Crespo Climate change is a really big problem because Global Temperatures are climbing, ice caps are melting, and droughts, wildfires, and super hurricanes are tearing their way across the landscape. Overpopulation is going to be a problem, Because we have more than seven billion...

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