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This episode’s questions:
- Hi, Joshua, in the winter months of this year, in New York, in your flat, will you use heating or blankets?
- Can you describe a time when you struggled with a decision about a polluting act? To give an example of what I mean from my own life, as you know I’m trying to reduce my car use. To go to my modern jive night requires car use (no suitable public transport and too far to walk in dark). So I’ve wrestled with giving it up but decided I didn’t want to because of all the benefits to me. Can you think of an example like that in your life? Perhaps something that you couldn’t find a less polluting alternative but didn’t want to give up