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How Peer Pressure Can Help Stop Climate Change

Whether it's forgoing meat or installing solar, your personal decisions can have lasting effects on the habits of your peers. In this Washington Post op-ed, Cornell economics professor Robert Frank explores "social contagion" and its potential to spark a movement of conscious consumption.

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