With COP15 in its final hours and world leaders now in Copenhagen to try to agree to some sort of global climate deal -- and at this point what's on the table is on track to create 3°C of global warming; bad news -- I suspect many people who attended are going to be engaging in some soul searching. The folks at America.gov went out on the streets and asked people what they would do to stop climate change? The crucial question of the day, considering world leaders don't fully seem up to the task -- despite well written speeches.So, TreeHugger readers, I encourage you to ask yourself the same question: What are you doing and what will you do to stop climate change?
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