We can’t ignore climate change. It’s real and is causing serious changes to our planet, including rising sea levels, extreme weather events, and deforestation. It’s wreaking havoc on our wildlife and habitats, while putting more and more people's lives and homes at risk across the globe.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are a conservative organisation and they’ve predicted we have 12 years to fix climate change, with urgent and unprecedented action, or we will have societal collapse.
Just 12 years.
During this critical time, we’re sharing information about climate change threats, impacts and solutions based on the scientific facts. Read this round-up for an overview of the indicators of climate change and the Environment Agency’s recent report provides comprehensive coverage on the impacts and adaptation measures.
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On paper fixing climate change is easy- IF we change processes...is it worth it? Probably!
1) Switch to Renewable Energy
2) Switch to a Circular Economy
3) Reforest the Earth
4) Switch to veggie then vegan diet.
This month’s tools and tips is focused on how we can address the climate emergency by implementing sustainable actions individually and within our workplaces and communities.
Don’t be fainthearted, just do it!
Climate change is a proven fact but as individuals we can slow down impacts by implementing small more sustainable actions. Here are six daily habits that you can adopt, that can result in big changes.
Sometimes it’s the simple things. Designed for newbies, these three simple actions can help us fight climate change. If you’re already doing these things, then why not send this information onto someone at the beginning of their journey in taking action?
If you feel anxious and out of control in the face of our changing planet, read this article and see how you can mange climate anxiety and channel your hopes into positive actions.
Don’t stand by and do nothing
Get inspirational tips from 10 activists on the frontline of our most serious environmental issues and working to radically transform our world.
Tech trends to watch
There are always opportunities and these six clean technological innovations are some of the most important things to watch out for in 2019.
Ditch the meat
Yes really. Sustaining a healthier planet will require halving the amount of food loss and waste and improving farming practices and technologies. But it will also require a shift toward more plant-based diets.
Support the Climate Strikes
Do you want to support the next generation as they demand the government to declare a climate emergency? See our guide and downloadable templates to help them get started.
Get active, be heard
A powerful way to push for changes big enough to matter, from city-wide renewable energy programmes to large-scale divestment from fossil fuels, is to come together to form movements or join existing groups. Campaigning organisations like Extinction Rebellion, 350 and WFF are working to fight against climate change and demand urgent action.
This playlist of videos features new, challenging and visionary thinking around climate change and sustainability. From plastic pollution and the circular economy to tackling denial and anxiety around climate change, all the subjects are important components we must understand!
Become a refill champion
Use this app to find water on the go – save money, stay hydrated and help prevent plastic pollution at source. You can even start or join a Refill Scheme to spread the word about the mission.
Build your resilience
There are a lots of reasons why you should adapt your business to climate change. This handy guide considers a range of factors from energy efficiency to flood plan and business resilience.
Consider rewilding as a solution for climate change
Rewilding will be discussed and explored to celebrate the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) World Environment Day on 5 June 2019 at a conference in Gateshead. With growing interest in rewilding in Britain, it’s important that we work to take action to create ways of living that not only restores the natural world but also our prospects for a sustainable, safe and prosperous world.