You can be a champion for climate action. These useful tips can help you practice positive habits, help us find solutions to local issues and influence others to make a change.
Measure your carbon footprint and aim to reduce it
You can find out how big your environmental footprint is by using an online calculator.
Answer various questions about your lifestyle and habits to find out which of your activities are creating the most carbon emissions then decide what action you’re going to take to reduce them.
Volunteer for a green project in your community
There are many national, regional and local groups that are committed to delivering green projects and initiatives. You can get involved in one near you. Help to restore peatlands, clean up rivers or do a litter pick up.
- Become a Green Volunteer and improve the local environment
- Become an In Bloom Volunteer and make gardening displays
Join an environmental group or support a campaign
Fancy yourself as a Greta Thunberg? Become an environmental activist by getting involved with a local environmental group or start your own campaign if you feel passionate about an issue.
There are still lots of people who don’t understand or believe the planet is in crisis. Raising awareness and rallying support will help.
Practice positive habits and encourage others to do the same
Practice positive habits and they'll become second nature. Talk about climate change with your family and friends, tell others what you’re doing and share your tips with them so they can do the same.
Watch our Climate Conversations video on taking action
In this video, Councillor Tricia Ayrton visits the Green Volunteer at Cooper Fold in Middleton to see how they're taking action against climate change.