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“A report I read said that genetically engineered crops don't pose any additional risks either to us or the environment.”
“Ultimately, it's up to all of us as individuals to reduce our carbon footprint.”
“We've got to find a viable alternative to fossil fuels.”
“Hey man, you're preaching to the choir. ”
“Their natural habitat is being destroyed, little by little.”
“It's beneficial not only, you know, from an environmental standpoint, but also in terms of reducing our dependence on foreign oil.”
“Penguins are remarkably well adapted to their icy environment, thanks to millions of years of evolution.”
“It may not be too eco-friendly, but they're a lot easier to carry that way.”
“Don't be wasteful. Let's donate them.”
“That's not very environmentally conscious of me, is it?”
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