Six Degrees of Separation

Six Degrees of Separation

Expanding populations and energy use have a myriad of effects on the sustainability of our planet. A complex network of threats work in unison against current ecological systems including agriculture, transportation and water management. Devastating and permanent transformations come in the form of deforestation, land use changes and ozone depletion. Within six degrees of separation, population and climate change are linked by a plethora of factors dependent on human behaviors.

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