Rail cars on the move in Dickinson, North Dakota. (NNDOT. 2011.)
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Tourists at Hawaii Kai Beach. (Photo by Marufish. 2004) CC BY-SA
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Study co-author Rina Mandimbiniaina entering data. (S. Rakotonarivo)
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Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranch by Gonzalo Pineda Zuniga | Flickr
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Climate fund would invest in transit (photo: Angers, France / Chris Winter)
An Ontario carbon tax is a viable option – let's make this happen.
Fossil Fuel Divestment Student Protest at Tufts University
Only engaging – not shaming – will cut us loose from carbon.
Woman and man having a conversation on the street.
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