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Tell Us What Sustainable Practices You Follow, And We'll Ask A Climate Scientist How Effective They Really Are

Maybe you carry a metal straw, use LED bulbs, or have swapped to cloth napkins.

By now, you know the four R's: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rihanna. But as the world continues to see the effects of climate change, maybe you've started incorporating more sustainable practices into your life.

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And there are a lot of tips out there. So we want to know: In what ways do you practice sustainability?

Then, we're gonna run your practices by a climate scientist to understand how they're effective and why they matter (and hopefully influence some more people to practice them!).

Maybe you've begun carrying around a compact metal straw instead of relying on plastic or paper straws when you get your daily coffee fix (or other drinks).

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Do you only use LED light bulbs at home? Or have you replaced all of your paper towels and napkins with reusable cloths?

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If you're somebody who menstruates, maybe you've switched to period cups or period panties.

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Have you stopped eating meat in an effort to reduce your carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions?

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Or, do you compost at home?

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Share whatever sustainability practice it is you've committed to, and we'll ask a climate scientist how impactful and effective your efforts are! Plus, you could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.