24 Acts on Climate Change: What I Can Change

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(Photo: YPCCC) The average human releases around 5 tonnes of CO2 per year. Is it different in each country? Yes, even just between two people. Developing countries like Pakistan and the Philippines have around 1 tonne per person each. Compared with developed nations that have higher national averages like the US…

20 Acts on Climate Change: The Way We Travel

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(Photo: Mikael Colville-Andersen/Flickr) Expecting humans to just stop traveling sounds unrealistic, even if it’s to save the planet from climate change. Traveling to other areas and experiencing their cultures and surroundings is still one of the best ways for us to understand others better. Transport (cars, planes, public transport, shipping, etc.)…

7 Educational Videos on Climate Change for Kids

Originally posted on Lifenvi:
(Photo: Rappler YouTube Channel) Other than reading articles, journals, and e-books, listening to podcasts, scrolling through climate-related photos and videos on Instagram on the climate change issue, we could also watch YouTube videos! Many fun and creative YouTube channels are willing to explain and educate the basic concepts of climate change.…

20 Acts on Climate Change: The Way We Eat

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(Photo: Edgar Castrejon/Unsplash) Eating is an essential human activity. The food sector includes food process from preparation, consumption to waste and agricultural production of crops and livestock. Crop and livestock contributes about 1/8 of anthropogenic emissions. Industrialized agriculture is responsible for 15% of global carbon emissions. It uses 24% of the…


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