5 Tips to Reduce U.S. Carbon Emissions
As wild as this may sound, if you plan to be alive at any time during the next 100 years, atmospheric carbon is going to impact your life. While there has always been carbon in the atmosphere, atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are higher today than at any other point in the last 800,000 years.  Over the past 60 years, annual atmospheric CO2 has risen about 100 times faster than any previous natural increase.  Scientific consensus overwhelmingly confirms that these increases are fueled by human activities like heating, transportation, electricity, and manufacturing.
The Adventures of Citron
When the car door opened, she lifted her head from the backseat. Her ruby nose twitched with interest at the fresh forest air, and her curious ears heightened in full mimicry of a baby kangaroo. She crouched, inaccurately assessed the depth of her exit, and awkwardly stumbled out of my vehicle. Once standing, she froze in wonder.