Repost from @iamnikkireed - Hey guys happy Sunday! By now you probably know that every Sunday I donate my social media to my @YearsofLiving team to talk about carbon pricing! Today's post comes from Kate Pearce, a senior at Elon University in North Carolina. “Some of my fondest childhood memories include playing outside with my siblings and cousins in the field in front of my grandparents house. Both in the summer and in the winter, we had the best time collecting wildflowers and building snowmen. I became a Fellow with Our Climate to #PutAPriceOnIt because I want future generations to have the ability to run around outside experiencing what the earth has to offer. Through developing a relationship with the natural world, we begin to think about what we buy, what we eat, and what we emit. #PutAPriceOnIt encourages businesses, states, and entities to do the same. With only one earth available to us, it is important we play a role in protecting it instead of destroying it.” - Years Of Living Dangerously

Repost from @iamnikkireed – Hey guys happy Sunday! By now you probably know that every Sunday I donate my social media to my @YearsofLiving team to talk about carbon pricing! Today’s post comes from Kate Pearce, a senior at Elon University in North Carolina. “Some of my fondest childhood memories include playing outside with my siblings and cousins in the field in front of my grandparents house. Both in the summer and in the winter, we had the best time collecting wildflowers and building snowmen. I became a Fellow with Our Climate to #PutAPriceOnIt because I want future generations to have the ability to run around outside experiencing what the earth has to offer. Through developing a relationship with the natural world, we begin to think about what we buy, what we eat, and what we emit. #PutAPriceOnIt encourages businesses, states, and entities to do the same. With only one earth available to us, it is important we play a role in protecting it instead of destroying it.”

Repost from @iamnikkireed – Hey guys happy Sunday! By now you probably know that every Sunday I donate my social media to my @YearsofLiving team to talk about carbon pricing! Today’s post comes from Kate Pearce, a senior at Elon University in North Carolina. “Some of my fondest childhood memories include playing outside with my siblings and cousins in the field in front of my grandparents house. Both in the summer and in the winter, we had the best time collecting wildflowers and building snowmen. I became a Fellow with Our Climate to #PutAPriceOnIt because I want future generations to have the ability to run around outside experiencing what the earth has to offer. Through developing a relationship with the natural world, we begin to think about what we buy, what we eat, and what we emit. #PutAPriceOnIt encourages businesses, states, and entities to do the same. With only one earth available to us, it is important we play a role in protecting it instead of destroying it.”

Repost from @iamnikkireed – Hey guys happy Sunday! By now you probably know that every Sunday I donate my social media to my @YearsofLiving team to talk about carbon pricing! Today’s post comes from Kate Pearce, a senior at Elon University in North Carolina. “Some of my fondest childhood memories include playing outside with my siblings and cousins in the field in front of my grandparents house. Both in the summer and in the winter, we had the best time collecting wildflowers and building snowmen. I became a Fellow with Our Climate to #PutAPriceOnIt because I want future generations to have the ability to run around outside experiencing what the earth has to offer. Through developing a relationship with the natural world, we begin to think about what we buy, what we eat, and what we emit. #PutAPriceOnIt encourages businesses, states, and entities to do the same. With only one earth available to us, it is important we play a role in protecting it instead of destroying it.”

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