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Lions Roar : January 2009
The Green Path AT TIMES IT CAN SEEM like we are mak- ing little progress on environmental problems. Over and over I hear these questions: What can one person do? What should I do? My answers have come a long way from the early eco-enthusiasm of the 1960s. We felt sure we could save everything if people only knew how much was at stake. Today we face environmental concerns with more awareness, recognizing the political, economic, and social constraints that limit our actions. The more we understand ecosystem complexities and hu- man inequities, the more we realize how much effort it will take to turn the ship toward a sus- tainable future.