Small Green Changes

A Climate Change Collective Link Post

We need to protect our environment

Each month one of our super Climate Change Collective bloggers writes about something to do with sustainability and global warming.

I was pleased to see that the fabulous Smelly Socks and Garden Peas was producing the lead article for May. Smell decided to tackle the issue of scale. She wanted to outline how even the smallest environmentally considerate changes can make a difference.

Her lead article is here:

Small Matters

It is true that making any change is better than none. I think that goes without saying.

However, as the article implies, some people are under the impression that only big green changes matter and so there is no point bothering with small ones.

Climate change is often looked at by cynics and heavily criticised as an unproven idea.

I counter this with: Can you prove it isn’t real?

We definitely have a collective responsibility to protect the planet and improve the way we deal with climate problems.

If you are able to do something greener, do it. Don’t shrug it off as not being worthwhile.

Imagine, for example, if you started recycling food waste. That may seem like an alteration that will have little impact. But if a million people make that change the results will be dramatic.

And Finally…

The Climate Change Collective was established by bloggers who are keen to educate others about global warming and sustainable ways to thrive.

If you are a blogger who wishes to join us in writing about climate change then please get in touch.

Please make sure you read the lead post and drop a comment about your thoughts on this topic.

3 thoughts on “Small Green Changes

  1. I am always reminding people (and myself) that we can only do what we are able, and while individual action is different for everyone, the collective nature of it is where its power lies.

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