The following post was authored by Laura Mistretta, a fourth-year student at Duke University.
It may be the most inconvenient truth of all: many of our actions, including those deeply embedded in our lifestyles, produce greenhouse gas emissions. The most obvious sources of greenhouse gas emissions are those associated with transportation and electricity use. If we look a bit further we can see greenhouse gas emissions lurking behind the milk in our refrigerators, woven into the fabric of our clothing, and stained with ink in our newspapers.
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