The solutions to global warming are many. Every positive step we take is a piece of a larger movement. Every action builds a strong, unified voice for change.
Climate solutions begin with you.
Beyond screwing in a light bulb
The solutions to global warming are numerous and interrelated. Each step we take is a piece of a larger movement. Every action builds a strong, unified voice for change.
- Read our list of what you can do in your personal life to reduce global warming emissions. This is a list of easy, personal steps toward lifestyle change that will make you part of the solution. Pledge to act on 2-4 of these today.
- Read our list of 12 choices to make for personal transportation to help reduce pollution that leads to global warming. Pledge to take action on 1-2 of these today.
- Be a smart consumer – reduce consumption and make informed decisions when make you purchases (list of resources coming soon).
- Green your business and investments. (list of resources coming soon).
- Reach out. Organize a community, neighborhood, school or church group. Make plans to take steps individually and within your group to become part of the solution. Check out organizing tools like the Low Carbon Diet or theNorthwest Earth Institute’s Global Warming Co2urse.
- Stay informed. Sign-up for our ebulletin and action alerts. As we continue with our work to galvanize leadership around important climate action, we’ll be asking for your support and providing you with the information you need to take action.
- Demand transportation solutions that reduce global warming polulution. More light rail, mass transit, electrified vehicles and renewable fuels.
- Demand bold leadership on climate and clean energy issues. Vote and make your voice heard on all levels from local to national elections.
- Become part of a unified voice. Let our policy makers know that we need a clean energy future. Call, write or visit your senators and representatives. Attend public meetings and write letters to the editor of your local newspapers. Sign-up for our ebulletin and action alerts and visit our Take it Higher page often.