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October 7 - October 28, 2020

Global Change at a Human Scale

Our planet and our people need us all right now - to act, to learn, to reflect, and to align what we do with the values we uphold. Join us, and take action to create more environmental + social good.
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Connect the dots between your values + the impact of your actions during The People's Ecochallenge!'s social change platform + curriculum connect a global community of advocates and changemakers, each doing what we can, in ways that are most relevant to us, to make this great spinning dot we call home a healthier, more equitable, more sustainable place. Welcome to The People's Ecochallenge!

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  • Waste
    Divya Ranjith's avatar
    I will reduce the amount of paper mail that I receive by 3.4lbs (1.5kg) a month or 41lbs (18.6kg) a year by opting into paperless billing, ending unwanted subscriptions and opting out of junk mail.
  • Action Track: Justice for the Whole Community
    Pooja Kashyap's avatar
    I will spend 15 minutes learning about the experiences of trans, femme, and/or nonbinary people.
  • Energy
    Jose Aviles's avatar
    I will install an alternative energy system, such as solar electric systems or solar water heaters.

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  • October 22 at 5:03 PM
    In St. Louis, energy is generated through a mixture of coal, hydroelectric power, natural gas, nuclear and renewable resources. Due to how Urban of a city St. Louis is, this can take a significant toll on the animal population and even the human population. 
  • October 22 at 5:01 PM
    At first, I was afraid to hear something that would really upset me and cause me to be defensive but we soon realized that we both had a lot to learn from each other. I heard another perspective on an issue that I am very passionate about and we both were very mature. 
  • October 22 at 4:50 PM
    This does not surprise me at all. I think that people are so busy they sometimes fail to prepare food they buy, food is sold in proportions that have nothing to do with the consumer, food is marketed to encourage people to buy rather than to meet nutritional needs at the amount someone needs and not more, and many Americans have the sense that...