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Life has never been so busy, but we feel guilty if we don’t have the time, money, or the ability to embrace the principles of zero waste, a vegan diet, and a car-free lifestyle.
But the journey to a low-carbon lifestyle can start with a few small steps – simple, effective habits we can introduce right now to reduce our carbon footprint and even take the pressure off our wallets.
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Thing threw Now or never, a six-week course that will feature greenhouse gas reduction tips in weekly newsletters. You can Register now whenever you want, and you will receive the first email within an hour. He will guide you through the ways, big and small, we can reduce the impact of our families on the planet.
Each week, a new email will appear in your inbox. There are only six in total, with no ongoing commitment.
The recommendations will focus on changes we can make at home as well as when we work and shop. Most tips are simple and inexpensive, or even save you money.
Better yet, every week there’s a tip on something we don’t need to feel guilty about – an act you can spend a lot of time and energy doing (like driving for ages to recycle a piece of polystyrene). In return, we can focus our efforts on something else that will have a much greater impact on the greenhouse gases that enter the atmosphere.
As vacations abroad slowly become a reality, there are tips for your next vacation. There is also a to-do list for the youngest, a group very concerned about the climate crisis.
There is no doubt that our government and our businesses also need to do a lot of work, to change the way we live, work and travel to make the low carbon option the natural choice. But as a team, our individual efforts will strengthen this work. This is an emergency, and every action adds up.
Thing is launching this newsletter to coincide with the release of June Forever Project magazine, which explores the steps we will take to collectively reduce our carbon over the next five years.
The bulletins’ carbon reduction suggestions come from Olivia Wannan, Forever Project climate change reporter and author of Thing‘s climate newsletter. As a journalist who writes about climate research and talks to experts daily, she has a broad understanding of the effective measures that make a difference.
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