Individuals alone can’t do much to reduce carbon in our atmosphere. But we’re not alone. The Grantham Institute of the Imperial College of London was asked what an individual can do to make a difference. They spoke to their climate change scientists who made a list of the most achievable ways we can personally make a difference and at the top of the list was using our voices.
Our opinions matter, but only when we express them.
Use your voice to express your desires to your local, national, and global community. Here are some examples:
· Tell your HOA you’d like to maintain your collective property using environmentally friendlier methods.
· Let your government representatives know you want them to support green technology.
· Talk with your friends, family, and coworkers and share your thoughts collectively, so your voice is amplified.