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How to Stop Freaking out and Tackle Climate Change

New York Times columnist Emma Marris presents her 5-step plan for dealing with the stress of climate change and becoming part of the solution. A central point of her thesis is that the impact of individual actions are minuscule, and thus we are better off using our time and energy to fight climate change at the systems level. What are your thoughts on this argument? Do you agree or disagree? Should we abandon individual efforts to reduce our carbon footprint, or is that still a battle worth fighting? Please discuss! https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/10/opinion/sunday/how-to-help-climate-ch...