EAT-COLD- BEANS - -? ?

"We're not asking people to go and live in a cave and eat cold beans; that can't be the way we approach the problem of global warming," Ridley said, dismissing some early criticism that business would suffer.
"The idea of this is there are simple things that are putting emissions up into the air and we can do simple things to start cutting back on them, but that doesn't mean you close your restaurant."
As for those at home who are faced with an hour of darkness on a Saturday night, "we hope people will be catching up with their neighbours and having barbecues.
"It's really about moving away from the despair that global warming seems to produce and starting thinking of what can we do about it."
Ridley said that if successful, the Sydney blackout would be a world first.
. . . . . .this preceding snippet info is one example of what people in different parts of the world are doing to combat global warming . . . . . . EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS.

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