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As I read Eaarth Making a Life on a Tough New Planet I realized how seriously global warming must be taken Bill McKibben made it very clear within this book we must accept that humans have caused damage to this planet we must evaluate the changes we as individuals can make and we must make them We no longer live in the same world as we did centuries or even decades ago Its all gone downhill very quickly and we cant reverse the damage we have done I asked myself a few times while reading What can I do as a person for this earth At first I said I can recycle I can use public transportation and carpool I can use less energy with the thermostat These are some things that my family has done for quite a while actually and I was also President of the Green Team at my high school But then I realized that I have to do more than that I need to do more than that everyone does for this to work I started brainstorming immediately As a student I can only do so much but if I band together with my friends and fellow students we can make a difference The campus has had a recycling club since 1993 but how many students actually knew that Did they also know that in 2010 there were already 300 recycling areas in the Neyland Stadium according to Whitney Holmes Its also probably not common knowledge that UT Recycling collects all the waste itself from individual campus buildings and distributes it to the appropriate recycling vendors and recovery facilities Recycling Make Orange Green The point Im trying to make is that UT Recycling needs to be more publicized I may not be able to save the world but the University of Tennessee with its 27000 student population can I plan on joining the recycling club this semester and I
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