Streetbeat: What do you think about the climate crisis?

Chantal Delacruz, a biology major at Pierce, shared a passionate response that remotely targets Pierce’s lack of resources to help with climate change in the community at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Apr. 21, 2022. Photo by Michael Moreno. 

“A lot of girls here on campus buy from the brand Shein, and they aren’t aware that they are supporting the exploitation of children and causing issues with pollution.” -Chantal Delacruz 

Pierce student, Marjina Haque, shared her thoughts on the current climate crisis at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Apr. 21, 2022. Photo by Michael Moreno. 

“It’s something that absolutely could be handled by us since we’re Earth’s inhabitants and it’s not in our nature to destroy it so much.” -Marjina Haque

Eric Miller, a student at Pierce, shared the climate crisis isn’t going to be solved anytime because of industries’ connection to pollution at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Apr 21, 2022. Photo by Michael Moreno. 

“The climate crisis is a big problem and one that probably isn’t going to be solved anytime soon because it’s tied to industry, economy and a level of self-sacrifice to take the effort to solve the crisis.” -Eric Miller

Renato Aguila, a student at Pierce, gave his opinion on the current climate crisis at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Apr. 21, 2022. Photo by Michael Moreno. 

“I’m not really informed. However, I think that people are moving more towards not contaminating the world as much as before, which is good.” -Renato Aguila said.

 

Pierce student David Sanchez believes people should reduce their carbon emissions footprint by taking alternative transportation routes like mass transit or biking at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Apr. 21, 2022. Photo by Michael Moreno. 

“I think it’s pretty bad and we all should do our part to reduce our carbon emissions starting with driving. If people started there, it would help a whole lot.”  -David Sanchez

Pierce student Johnny Saoud weighs in on the current climate crisis at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Apr. 21, 2022. Saoud believes humans aren’t taking accountability when it comes to emitting pollution to the air, water, and natural resources. Photo by Michael Moreno. 

“It’s something that has always happened, but that’s not to take credibility away from humans and say we’re not responsible for a lot of input as well.” -Johnny Saoud

 

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