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Comment on: Tonray
October 15, 2020 16:42

On both topics, I gave suggestions to the town board about how our town could prevent these two cataclysmic events from happening. For global warming, I suggested, after evaluating two local libraries on how green they were, that the libraries could accommodate small changes in their system, like motion sensor lights which turn off automatically.

Comment on: Tonray
October 15, 2020 16:41

Even as kids, we can use science to help educate our communities. Earlier this year, I participated in an international robotics program where I researched and reported about climate change and global warming.

October 15, 2020 16:41

Even as kids, we can use science to help educate our communities. Earlier this year, I participated in an international robotics program where I researched and reported about climate change and global warming.

October 15, 2020 16:41

Even as kids, we can use science to help educate our communities. Earlier this year, I participated in an international robotics program where I researched and reported about climate change and global warming.

October 15, 2020 16:41

Even as kids, we can use science to help educate our communities. Earlier this year, I participated in an international robotics program where I researched and reported about climate change and global warming.

October 15, 2020 16:40

This way, we would NOT have to waste water while we waited for water to turn hot or cold. Imagine a smarter energy grid that was capable of monitoring energy use and diverting energy to places that needed it

October 15, 2020 16:40

Even as kids, we can use science to help educate our communities. Earlier this year, I participated in an international robotics program where I researched and reported about climate change and global warming.

October 15, 2020 16:40

This way, we would NOT have to waste water while we waited for water to turn hot or cold. Imagine a smarter energy grid that was capable of monitoring energy use and diverting energy to places that needed it

October 15, 2020 16:40

This way, we would NOT have to waste water while we waited for water to turn hot or cold. Imagine a smarter energy grid that was capable of monitoring energy use and diverting energy to places that needed it

Comment on: Tonray
October 15, 2020 16:40

This way, we would NOT have to waste water while we waited for water to turn hot or cold. Imagine a smarter energy grid that was capable of monitoring energy use and diverting energy to places that needed it