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April 1 - April 30, 2021

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Connect the dots between your values and your actions with Earth Month Ecochallenge: Drawdown!
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Earth Month Ecochallenge: Drawdown was offered by Ecochallenge.org in partnership with Project Drawdown. Together, we took action on 80 of the most substantive solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to stop climate change.
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  • Land Sinks
    Holly Parks's avatar
    I will contact 2 congress people or representatives to advocate for public policy that protects forests and the enforcement of existing anti-logging laws, as well as the rights of local people to protect and restore the land in their communities.
  • Industry
    Anna Giberson's avatar
    I will Practice the "5 Rs" — refuse, reduce, reuse, repurpose, and recycle — to reduce my waste more than I can with just recycling alone.
  • Industry
    Manda Magee's avatar
    Contamination prevents what is recyclable from being recycled. I will research and recycle all materials that are accepted by local haulers or drop stations in my community, making sure to not contaminate recyclables with non-recyclables.

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  • May 7 at 11:07 AM
    We could build water barriers and parks in and around all communities and instead of displacing people add value to their communities.
  • May 7 at 1:17 AM
    Be more inclusive! We seem to target keeping the wealthy, white people happy, obviously, and that needs to change! North Asheville is very white and secluded. It is sort of it’s own little bubble of wealthy, Simply Southern wearing, white people. 
  • May 6 at 1:57 PM
    We can tackle the affordable housing problem and raise the minimum wage so people can afford to stay in the green neighborhoods. We can use climate change as an opportunity to provide jobs to make the city more sustainable.