making a difference against climate change
photos courtesy of Boyd Loving’s Facebook page
the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Ridgewood NJ, the clean up begins? On the very same day the mesh banner appeared wrapping the RHS stadium field , a lone individual stood against mother nature and with an electric powered leaf blower cleaned the fence and track area surrounding the artificial turf field.
In 2009 Village residents gambled on a turf field for RHS Stadium , despite dire warnings that the field flooded every time it rained since 1903 some even saying since 1893 .
While many duck personal responsibility and blame Climate change, many detractors at the time pointed out the propensity of the area to flood and that a turf field would make the situation worse .
So do one man’s efforts make a difference ? Promoters of the Climate Change Theory claim yes and say our everyday actions really do make a difference in the fight against climate change for a few reasons: The size of an individual’s footprint is mind-boggling. The micro dictates the macro. The ripple effect. Still sounds like an advertising slogan to us and we are still not sure it is the “real thing”.
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