Change to a renewable energy supplier – use Big Clean Switch
If you’ve already done that:
- measure your carbon footprint and prioritise.
Flights emit tonnes of CO2 and equivalent gases. Some people are pledging not to fly in 2020 see
For lovely stories about travel and happiness see
For alternatives and local journeys see
A longer-term solution could be a frequent flyer tax see
Most emissions are from wealthy frequent flyers: taxes could go up steeply after the first flight and most people could still enjoy their once in a lifetime trip.
Huge changes are likely in our lives as the world heats. We must take action on different levels to make those changes smoother. We can demonstrate and protest, make our votes meaningful and then hold the politicians to account; we can prepare by for example investing in renewable power, and we can take individual action.
By Ann Link of TTL