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The Motley Fool: Interview with Dan Stein, Giving Green co-founder

What I do have an issue with is this idea that what we should be doing to fight climate change is making all kinds of tiny little marginal tweaks in our lives that are probably really annoying and don’t do much, right?... When you think about climate change, climate change is an existential problem for humanity, in my opinion. It’s going to cause cities to flood. It’s going to cause crop fields to go barren. It’s going to cause famine. It’s going to cause war. So none of that has to do with plastic straws in a turtle.

Dan spoke to the Motley Fool about what brought him to climate work, what we should be focusing on to solve the climate problem, and which recent private sector ESG commitments are worth their salt. Watch the full interview here.

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