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Ravell Call, Deseret News
Standing over a giant puzzle in the shape of Utah, Ben Saxton, left, high-fives Natalia Rubilar, a student at Brigham Young University and a member of the Climate Change Club, on the university's campus on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Members of the club and BYU Earth Stewardship hid pieces of the puzzle around Brigham’s Square and offered prizes to people who found them. When the puzzle was completed, those who agreed with the clubs' call for a net-zero campus (meaning a campus that produces zero carbon emissions) put their handprints on the puzzle to show their support. The idea is to now send the puzzle to other campuses so students there can leave their own handprints of support. Saxton, who is neither a BYU student or club member, found one of the last pieces of the puzzle.

Standing over a giant puzzle in the shape of Utah, Ben Saxton, left, high-fives Natalia Rubilar, a student at Brigham Young University and a member of the Climate Change Club, on the university's campus Thursday. Members of the club and BYU Earth Stewardship hid pieces of the puzzle around Brigham’s Square and offered prizes to people who found them. When the puzzle was completed, those who agreed with the clubs' call for a net-zero campus (meaning a campus that produces zero carbon emissions) put their handprints on the puzzle to show their support. The idea is to now send the puzzle to other campuses so students there can leave their own handprints of support. Saxton, who is neither a BYU student nor club member, found one of the final pieces of the puzzle.

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