Sometimes, it feels as if there’s not much we as individuals can do to help with the climate crisis.
It’s as though our actions feel like drops in the bucket compared to the overwhelming threat of climate change.
But according to a new study, our actions can make an enormous difference in reducing emissions and staving off the worst effects of climate change.
This is not just new information, or a normal behavior change ‘campaign,’ but a fun movement that is working to go way beyond the usual ‘greenie’ suspects,
Ben Smith, leader of the analysis and director of climate change at Arup, said that it was important for everyone in all parts of society to do something, and individual action.
The implementation of some of the changes may be difficult for people who live in places where public transportation is inaccessible.