Try being carbon neutral: it can improve public health, create jobs, benefit the climate, and costs less. It helps low-income households and poor communities, which are usually the most affected by climate change.
Did you know that global emissions of CO2 have increased by almost 50% since 1990? Strive towards reducing your carbon footprint.
Raise awareness, through social media and other advocacy platforms, of the Environmental Burden of Disease (EBD) as well as other climate injustices affecting your community.
Participate in the World Cleanup Day and invite your friends and family!
Use renewable energies instead of coal and fossil fuels. Shift to lower-carbon fuels for heating and cooking. It cuts carbon emissions and improves air quality for everyone.