Acting on climate change can feel a bit nebulous. It’s hard to know what’s worth the effort. But are now living in exceptional times, and so we need to be exceptional. Here are some tangible ideas for helping, from climate activist and author Bill McKibben, who recently talked to the Outdoor Writers of America. Read about it in our newsletter, Nature Rising, a gathering place where we try to figure out how regular people can help the Earth and one another. https://www.naturerising.world/p/we-are-past-one-tesla-and-one-vegan
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