In an urgent attempt to combat the climate crisis, Britain brought forward the ban on selling new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars from 2040 to 2035. The action is to fortify the government’s commitment to emitting virtually zero carbon by
2019 is on track to be the hottest year ever recorded. Heatwaves in Europe saw the mercury peak past 45℃ this summer, while major fires ravaged the United States, Russia, and Canada. In Australia droughts and severe weather events worsened.
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I believe our consumer purchase power has tremendous influence. If used unwisely it can have devastating consequences. In order to achieve a more sustainable future we’ll need to be deliberate in how we make decisions. This includes those made during
The recent “Gilet Jaunes” protests in France against the increase of taxes on fossil fuels show that even if governments have the intentions to reduce the carbon footprint of their country, it does not necessarily work that easily. Gilet Jaunes
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