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Dr. Sam Hancock, C.



Washington, DC
Hometown: Washington, D.C.

Organizer since:

December 4, 2014

What do you think is the top issue facing environmental quality and climate change in the 21st Century?

The need for a coordinated effort among national, regional, and local governments, environmental specialists, educators, local opinion leaders, and citizens to address the ill affects of climate change while improving global environmental quality.

Do you know of any 'best practice' for environmental and economic development that can be features on our global television program The EmeraldPlanet?

This is the opportunity for you to list your "best practices" whether it is domestic or international that can improve environment quality, reduce living costs for average citizens, and address the ill impacts of violent climate change.

What best describes your interests in environmental issues, climate change, and alternative energy sources?

It is a life-long passion to leave the world with an even more enjoyable, safe, healthy, and sustainable environment then when I was born.

Are there any current projects or community service activities you believe is helping improve the environment?

The EmeraldPlanet Meetup, The EmeraldPlanet television program, and the EmeraldPlanet world-wide Trek to feature the 1,000 "best practices" for sustainable environmental, economic, and social development.

What two most simple steps can you suggest to help the environment while reducing costs for you and your family?

1) Always turn off any electricity, water, or other resources sources when not being used. "Off is off!" 2) Consolidate all travel so that multiple stops are made when using any type of transportation. 3) Walk whenever, where ever possible.


This is an open forum was created so information, research, and "best practices" examples can be exchanged between world specialists, researchers, and practitioners featured on The EmeraldPlanet weekly television program with those most interested.

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