With every gallon of gasoline burned, there is another 20 pounds of carbon dioxide expelled into the air.
Gasoline when burned is a prolific contributor of CO2.
We can make a significant change in our behavior that has the potential to slow, curb and with enough people stop and reverse Climate Change!
We can do better.
Drive consciously. Have a plan before you leave the house. Combat Climate Change!
USE The Gasoline Diet and be a conscious driver.
Reminder: You can fall off a diet for a cheat day. If you have a relapse, you just get back in your lane. No one loses 10 pounds overnight. You work at it.
We get better.
Climate Change is real and Science doesn't lie.
The ice cap is melting and Australia is burning.
This is not about us. This is about our families, our children, and future generations. It is about our planet and all the creatures that inhabit.
We are better.
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Here are some ways that you can get started. It all starts with being a conscious driver.
Every gallon of gasoline you burn leaves behind 20 pounds of CO2.
Every gallon. That averages out to about a pound a mile. Start figuring your trips at a pound a mile. Do it for the whole family and see how much gasoline you can afford to lose.
Many companies are making great strides to be green. Some offer transportation options. Many are creating green task forces. Become a leader, join the group, do what you can. Some suggestions you can talk about:
Your community involvement:
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We have purposefully priced this unique workbook so that anyone can afford a copy and afford many copies
to give to family, church, workplace to begin an organized response to reducing CO2.
Together we can reverse Global Warming.
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