We’ve seen a consistent series of climate disasters in the news, we’ve felt it in the weather, we may have read it in recent reports – it’s not surprising if we’re feeling overwhelmed at the state of the world. What can we do to have a positive impact? What does ‘Net Zero’ and ‘COP26’ really mean for us? With so much jargon and abstract information flying around it can be confusing to know where to start or what role we play.
In fact 2 in 3 of us are concerned with the impact of climate change, yet only 1 in 5 know what action we can take to reduce our impact. Over a third of us would like clearer guidance on what would make a difference and where to start. So we’ve done the hard work for you. We’ve pulled together 12 clear actions you can take that'll have a positive impact - individually and collectively through engaging your community, your workplace and your MP.
Let's make our move, together.
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