We constantly make decisions that affect the climate crisis, and if you’re reading this, chances are that you want to reduce your carbon footprint. That’s a good first step, but what to do next?
De corona crisis zet velen van ons aan het denken: hoe kunnen we beter omgaan met elkaar en met dier en natuur? De vele urgente corona hulp initiatieven zijn zowel broodnodig als hartverwarmend. Wil (en kun) je daarnaast nóg meer positiefs doen, dan hoeft dat niet ingewikkeld of tijdrovend te zijn.
If you came here for the latest life hack to find a climate conscious way to fly to Bali, ride your motorbike across the island and drink Cuba Libre’s on the beach, we are sorry. You’re just not going to find that.
“A few large companies and their political accomplices are single-handedly destroying the planet for their own financial gain. We need to rebel and take action against big oil and coal.”
“Climate change is you and me. If we would all just change our lifestyle for the better, this climate problem would be fixed in no time.”
You’ve probably heard some form of either argument before.
If done properly, calculating, reducing where possible- and offsetting the remainder of your carbon footprint is a climate action that, in my opinion, can have a much bigger impact on society than it currently does.