The way we travel, the food we eat and the way we use energy at home are everyday behaviours that are critical for making progress on carbon emissions but have proven stubbornly resistant to change. Tackling climate change means different ways of living and engaging with the world around us, and talking about climate change with our peers.
Reducing emissions means globally coordinated systemic solutions, but also profound changes to people’s day-to-day lives – particularly in rich, high-emission countries. While behaviours are starting to shift, low-carbon lifestyles are very far from being the norm.
We are deeply influenced by the conversations we have with our peers. Talking about climate change with our family and friends is a crucial part of making change. Explore our guidance for how to have climate conversations that will leave you feeling inspired and connected.
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