Part one of a ten part series: Diving into The Carbon Almanac
Each and every one of us has the power to bring about systemic change.
That’s why we don’t have CFCs in our fridges or lead in our fuel. It’s why women can vote and it’s why you can now get organic food in any supermarket.
But it’s really daunting to think about bringing about systemic change on your own.
From our work with The Carbon Almanac, we have already seen that organizing, communicating, sharing and building solutions is very rewarding.
To effectively work against the climate emergency, we need systemic, industrial, international solutions.
How can you reach 10 people in your family, workspace or neighborhood who can help you organize something that will bring about systemic change in your area?
Stand up, speak up and share your experiences online.