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Chip Giller

Chip Giller is an American journalist and environmentalist. He is best known as the founder of Grist, an online environmental news organization. Giller has won numerous awards for his media innovations and environmental work, including receiving a Heinz Award, and being named a "Hero of the Environment" by Time magazine. He has been featured in media outlets like Vanity Fair, Newsweek, and Outside, and has participated as a guest on broadcast programs including NBC's Today and PBS's Now.

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If I had to choose a single action I guess I would say stop driving.
So-called global warming is just a secret ploy by wacko tree-huggers to make America energy-independent, clean our air & water, improve fuel-efficiency of our vehicles, kickstart 21st century industries, & make our cities safer & more livable. Don't let them get away with it!
I think personal actions definitely matter. I think collectively they can make a big difference. But I also think that people don't live in a vacuum. — © Chip Giller
I think personal actions definitely matter. I think collectively they can make a big difference. But I also think that people don't live in a vacuum.
When you're making a purchasing decision around an appliance or a car or a home, that's when to take the environment into mind, but don't dwell so much on paper versus plastic.
I think to get society to act as a whole, people need inspiration.
What I try to encourage individuals to do is don't sweat the small stuff, sweat the big stuff.
Out of necessity, one needs to occasionally consume, but I'm a little concerned that there's a little bit of a myth arising that we can buy our way to a sustainable future, and I don't think that's the case.
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