What can I do?
Written by Richard Docwra
We all need to significantly reduce our CO2 emissions if we are to reduce the effects of climate change.
Most of us want to reduce our impact on climate change, and any steps we can take to ‘do our bit’ are useful. If we are to achieve the goal of reducing CO2 emissions by 80% however, we will need to make sure that the steps we’re taking are those that have the most impact and that really make a difference. It can be difficult to identify these steps though, as much of the advice we get on ethical living doesn’t tell us the most important actions to take or the likely impact of each action.
The list in this guide is different. It shows some of the most important steps you can take to reduce your CO2 emissions, and the possible impact each could have on your emissions. So, if you only take a few steps you can be sure that they are the ones that will make a real difference.
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