Last week’s column detailed the many disastrous consequences of warming temperatures linked to the discharge of millions of tons of greenhouse gases by human activities. Since that column, Kentucky floods have led to 37 deaths, 100 people missing, 1,300 emergency evacuees, and thousands of homes destroyed by water sweeping away entire houses. So, how should we respond as caring citizens since global warming is caused primarily by our production and burning of fossil fuels. Fortunately, most actions we can take involve conservation that can save us money while saving the planet.
Gerald Winegrad: Tips to not be an energy hogging American
August 5, 2022