Science is all about choice.
But sometimes you need to make a tough choice.
And it can have consequences.
Science is about choice, says one scientist.
So, if you’re on a quest for a more sustainable way to live, you need science.
In the case of ecologists, this is something they want to do, and it’s something they’ve been trying to do for years.
This is a story about how to get more people on board.
It’s also a story of a man who, despite his best efforts, can’t get anything done.
This story is about a man with a mission, and the people he tries to help.
In this episode of Science in the Morning, host Dan Savage asks: If we want to live in a more ecologically sustainable world, is it really possible to just have a car and not have one?
This is the question posed by the first episode of this week’s Science in The Morning, which features an interview with environmentalist James Hansen and science writer Brian Hook.
This episode was produced by Rachel Kuehnke.
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