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The average person's daily choices can still make a big difference in fighting climate change – and getting governments and utilities to tackle it, too

By Tom Ptak, Assistant Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, Texas State University
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The average American’s everyday interactions with energy sources are limited. They range from turning appliances on or off, to commuting, to paying utility bills.

The connections between those acts and rising global temperatures may seem distant.

However, individuals hold many keys to unlocking solutions to climate change – the biggest challenge our species currently faces – which is perhaps why the fossil fuel industry spent decades misleading and misinforming the public about it.

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