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It’s easy to feel discouraged when the breadth of our problems seems overwhelming. After all, how much can one person actually do to combat violence or global climate change? But individual change can collectively make huge differences. We can each plant a tree and avoid plastic use. Even minor shifts in our diets can impact carbon emissions. Let’s each start with one small change. – Ameeta

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Editor’s Note: It’s easy to feel discouraged when the breadth of our problems seems overwhelming. After all, how much can one person actually do to combat violence or global climate change? But individual change can collectively make huge differences. We can each plant a tree and avoid plastic use. Even minor shifts in our diets can impact carbon emissions. Let’s each start with one small change. – Ameeta
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Kindness In the News
As part of reforestation efforts, Ethiopia’s goal is to plant 4 billion trees this year. A burst of activity by many led to planting of more than 353 million trees in 12 hours – a new world record.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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A KindSpringer started a Biodiversity Group to promote environmental awareness. Now 3 months in, 63 people are each discovering how they can be heroes.
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The Power of One
Hugs This beautiful video from India shows how one child can make a difference when everyone thinks nothing can be done after a tree falls in the rain blocking all traffic.
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Meat consumption is decreasing, and if every American were to eat just 1 less hamburger/week, it would be the equivalent of taking 10 million cars off the road each year.
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