Low Impact Living

green shoots of hopeIn order to start reducing your environmental impact, you need to first assess what that impact actually is. See the questions on carbon calculators and ecological footprints for further advice on these ways of investigating your own impact, and so finding out where to take action.

As noted in our Zero Carbon Britain report, embarking on a comprehensive national and international strategy to reduce carbon emissions will offer the opportunity to address many social problems as well as environmental ills.

The changes to the wider economic system that will be entailed by a transition to zero carbon must also place social equity at their core. A good first step that anyone can make is to ensure that their own money is being used ethically.

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