Are we really living in the era of pollution?

When it comes to how we treat our environment, we’re not living in a utopia.

A growing body of research indicates that our planet’s pollution is far from benign, and that we’re contributing to climate change.

As our oceans become more acidic, for instance, scientists have noted that our consumption of fossil fuels is driving the planet’s warming.

But there are a lot of things we can do to combat the effects of our own actions.

The EPA is trying to figure out how to regulate our own carbon emissions, but there’s not a lot we can really do about our own emissions.

Here’s what we do know.

Here are some ways we can curb our own pollution.

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Reduce our energy consumption.

One of the biggest ways we are contributing to our own destruction is our dependence on fossil fuels.

For example, the US currently burns more than 90% of the energy it produces, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).

And it’s projected that that percentage will grow by nearly 50% by 2050.

The U.S. has been consuming almost four times more energy per capita than it did in 1990.

To curb that dependency, we need to reduce our carbon emissions and shift to more renewable sources of energy.

Some companies are trying to do just that.

One example is the solar panel company SunEdison, which has installed more than 8 million solar panels across the United States.

In addition to cutting its carbon footprint, the company also sells energy storage solutions that can be used to charge smartphones, appliances and even cars.

In some cases, these solutions can help to reduce emissions even more.

SunEdication also uses a technology called “wind tunneling,” which is basically cutting the cost of solar panels by making them cheaper to produce.

This can be especially important in the Midwest, where wind turbines are located.

In Wisconsin, for example, wind turbines were installed in the middle of farmland to reduce energy consumption and create a carbon neutral energy storage solution.

In 2017, SunEdization was awarded a $30 million grant from the Energy Department to help further its renewable energy initiatives.

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Reclaim our air.

Air pollution is an enormous threat to our health.

For decades, scientists believed that carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel combustion were the primary cause of climate change and that it would take several decades to reverse.

But in the last decade, the number of climate scientists has begun to drop dramatically, and new research shows that carbon emissions may actually be on the decline.

A new study published in Environmental Research Letters (EAR) shows that emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuels have fallen by more than half since the beginning of the industrial revolution.

In fact, emissions from all sources of fossil fuel consumption have dropped by about half since 2009.

The reason: We have a cleaner, cleaner, more efficient energy system than ever before.

This is a key reason why our climate is changing.

As a result, scientists are working on technologies to cut carbon emissions from our transportation and manufacturing industries, which is why we are in a position to drastically reduce our overall emissions of CO2 by 2050 if we are willing to do so. 3.

Take action now.

As we become more aware of the damage that we are doing to our environment and our planet, we can start taking steps to take action to reduce the damage we’re doing to ourselves.

Here is how you can help.

1 .

Stop smoking.

One in four Americans are currently smoking, and while smoking cessation is widely recognized as a great way to help people quit, it is a relatively simple process.

First, quit smoking.

The only real difference between smoking and non-smokers is the amount of tar you inhale.

If you don’t smoke, you are contributing significantly to the health of your lungs and your risk of developing heart disease, cancer and other illnesses.

And because smoking is so harmful, there is a strong case to ban smoking altogether.

However, it’s not just cigarettes that should be banned.

There are also many products made from tar, including aerosol cans, cigarette butts and other tobacco products.

The National Association of Tobacco Control Boards (NATAB) has compiled a list of products that are bad for your health and that should not be sold.

The American Lung Association has called for all e-cigarettes to be banned in public places, but the U.K.’s Public Health England says that e-cigarette use is a “dangerous and addictive habit.”

2.

Quit drinking.

While alcohol is an important part of our diet, it isn’t one of the major contributors to our climate change pollution.

Many scientists argue that the consumption of alcohol is the primary driver of global warming.

One recent study found that drinking water is not as polluted as we thought, and it’s a good thing because alcohol-based beverages are a major contributor to global warming because they’re the main component of alcohol-laced drinks like rum, rum-based cocktails, and beer.

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