What environmental action is right for you? Curious about the climate? Looking to make the next big step in your eco-love life? Here at Hubbub, we recognise that finding the ‘right’ thing to do can be time-consuming and frustrating. Different people, lifestyles and personalities require different actions. So whether you’re just thinking about experimenting or a seasoned change-maker, our quiz will help you identify the next best steps which are most suited for you. True love is only a click away, dive on into our eco-action matchmaking quiz. The Give It a Go-erThis might your first foray into making changes for the environment and the good news is there are loads of cool things to get you started that won’t take up a lot of cash or headspace.If you have access to the bills at home, then switching to a 100% renewable energy tariff could save you money (and 178kg of CO2 a year)!Try switching out some meaty meals for a vegetarian alternative. Even just one meat-free day a week can make a huge difference.Could you switch your car journey for active travel? Try a bike ride, rollerblading, walking or jogging to where you need to be. None of these suitable? Getting the bus or train also help by taking extra cars off the road. Need some inspiration?Find out how much money you could save by switching to a green tariff. Get started with some easy veggie recipes to try this week. The AdventurerYou love new experiences and you’re not fazed by a challenge. You have a good awareness of the world and are always eager to learn new things. This year spark your curiosity (and help the planet) by switching out short-haul flights for train travel. Trains often allow you to see more of the world and it means less waiting around in an airport and more time exploring. If you’re staying closer to home then explore the wonderful world of seasonal food and experiment with getting seasonal and local food into your favourite recipes. Try a new vegetarian recipe and share it with your loved ones, you’re the kind of person who can get anyone excited about a new dish! Need some inspiration? Get excited about your next adventure with these beautiful train journeys through Europe. Find out how to spot seasonal food and follow Hubbub on Instagram where we release a seasonal food calendar every month. Get started with some easy veggie recipes to try this week. The Forward ThinkerYou like to keep up with what’s going on around you and know it’s time to make some changes to your lifestyle, but you want to make sure they have a big and long-lasting impact.Switching to a green pension or investing your money in ethical funds could save 19304 kg of CO2 per person per year and increase the amount of £££ being invested in green infrastructure globally.Need some inspiration? Watch the WWF's documentary, Too Big To Fail, on the role of finance in the climate crisis. Find out how to take control of your pension with Make My Money Matter. The Motivator Congratulations! You’ve already made some big changes to your life to help the planet and now it’s time for system change. Use your voice to encourage others to follow in your footsteps, whether that means writing to your MP or proactively calling for change at your school or where you work.Need some inspiration? Find out what community organising is and how it can help create change.Hear the story of the Cycle Sisters, empowering their community to get more women cycling in Tower Hamlets.What makes you most interested in beginning or improving your relationship with the planet?When you daydream of your next holiday, where are you?Who do you feel most hopeful about creating change for the planet?Do you know when tomatoes taste their best? What’s the biggest change you’ve made for the environment. You've got a friend coming for dinner at the last minute, but there's only odd veg and pasta in your cupboards, what will you cook?Do you keep up with the news around climate change?As the colder months draw in, which of these best describes you?An old friend has surprised you with an invite to their wedding. You need to find something to wear, where do you go? Do you know what COP 26 is?