It’s not too late for a young generation to start making changes, and to teach younger ones how to get their act together. What can the individual do about climate change. First of all, do we have to do anything against it, or is adaptation the right way? Wherein is this process natural? Wherein is it caused by the industrialised, oil-based society?
Secondly, does it really count what kind of bulb I screw into my lamp; whether I do the washing-up under water; or if I take the train instead of the car? I am sure, if in anything, then here the ‘many a little makes a mickle’ principle should prevail! We already know, the climate changes; we only have to realise, what and in how much we should alter.
Have you already reflected on what you can do to decrease your ecological footprint? Or do you already act? Share your plans and experiences with all Babelians. Wednesday cafebabel.com publishes a special dossier about climate change. Contribute in the comments section.