Change our relationship to TIME

In my last blog post I wrote about how I always feel like I don’t have enough time to act on the climate crisis because of the daily grind of our parenting routine. I think our whole relationship with time needs to change to tackle the problems we are facing, which in turn requires anContinue reading “Change our relationship to TIME”

Lifestyle carbon emissions

To recap this is our current situation: we now have approximately 420 parts per million of CO2 in our atmosphere which has lead to an average global temperature rise of just over1 degree Celsius from pre-industrial temperatures: At 1 degree of warming we are already experiencing increased heat waves, wildfires, droughts, flooding and other naturalContinue reading “Lifestyle carbon emissions”

Individual to collective action

After my long blog post about how necessary it is for those of us in the top 20% of incomes who create 70% of C02 emissions to change our lifestyles¬†I’ve been working on this image: Sometimes I think the link is lost between the fact that individual actions to reduce climate change (like eating lessContinue reading “Individual to collective action”