Jesse Watters celebrated Earth Day in Washington, D.C. over the weekend where he asked people about the planet and the environment.

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What would you guys specifically do to help the Earth?

"Carpool, that's what I do."

"So do you pick up a lot of hitchhikers?" Watters asked. 

"No, I carpool with friends."

Big recycler?

"I'm not a big recycler, but I feel that's the steps to take towards if you want to make the world a better place?

"You don't recycle, but you're here on Earth Day?" Watters questioned. 


Do you think that Americans should get rid of fossil fuels?

"Solar power for example."

"Solar powered airplanes?" Watters asked. 

"That would work."

"Maybe you should fly before me then," Watters said.

What do you think is a bigger threat to the United States, climate change or terrorism?

"I mean I would go with climate change."

"A lot more people have died because of terrorism," Watters said. 

"Yeah, but I'm not a people person."

"Do you think the Earth is overpopulated?" Watters asked.

"Yes, I think we need to do something to control that."

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