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Resolution number 4 —> go 100% renewable! The Ecologist

There’s something about the turning point between old and new that leads people to think about making transformational changes in their lives. This question lies at the heart of my current escapist-reading-before-bed novel Next History: the Girl Who Hacked Tomorrow . The novel’s 20-year-old heroine stakes her salvation (and that of humanity as a whole) on the answer to this question in a bet made with the devil. Strangely enough, this got me to thinking about New Year’s resolutions. There’s something about the turning point between old and new that leads people to think about making transformational changes in their lives. The most commonly made resolutions focus on health and well-being – to stop smoking, eat better, get more exercise, spend more time with family and friends, and so forth. Sometimes they focus on more outward ambitions: to change jobs, get out of debt, or…
Full article:http://www.theecologist.org/campaigning/2207084/a_resolut…

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