We have now officially launched the next phase of our Personal Climate Action Center, with a new comprehensive website dedicated to helping you take personal action. Please click here to access the new site, www.personalclimateaction.org and sign up to take action!
We have spent time researching the incredible work of other companies and organizations and put it all in one place. Our hope is to simplify the research for you, and to serve as a one-stop shop you can trust to help you achieve the goals you set. There is so much information out there, it can be overwhelming and paralyze you into taking no action at all, while instantly creating more anxiety about the threat of climate change, so we hope to make it easier for you.
For those who have participated in our first phase it is because of your engagement that we have been able to collect important data on the effectiveness of taking personal action and now we can move forward with even more resources and knowledge that these actions collectively can make a big impact. Below you will find actions and tips that we send via our newsletter each week. Sign up here to receive future tips in your inbox and be a part of the Personal Climate Action Center!
Week One: Cold Water Wash
Week Two: Meatless Monday
Week Three: Adjust Your Thermostat
Week Four: Reduce Your Holiday Food Waste
Week Five: Gratitude
Week Six: Unplug Electronics
Week Seven: Purchase a Laptop Versus a Desktop
Week Eight: Spend Time in Nature
Week Nine: Use LED Light Bulbs
Week Ten: Tune Your Ride
Week Eleven: Filter for Your Washer
Week Twelve: Turn off Zoom Camera
Week Thirteen: Air Conditioner Filter
Week Fourteen: Reduce the Water You Use for your Shower
Week Fifteen: No More Single Use Cutlery, Straws, Cups
Week Sixteen: Buy Local, Buy Organic, Buy from Farmers Markets
Week Seventeen: Plant a Garden
Week Eighteen: Reduce Waste from Your Home
Week Nineteen: Get a Home Energy Audit
Week Twenty: Purchase Bar Soap, Shampoo, Conditioner and Laundry Detergent Strips
Week Twenty One: Fill Your Car Tires and Avoid Heavy Braking/Unnecessary Acceleration
Week Twenty Two: Adjust Your Online Shopping Habits
Week Twenty Three: Celebrate Earth Day by Volunteering for an Environmental Group and Advocating for the Earth!
Week Twenty Four: Work Remotely for One Day a Week or Switch to a Four Day Work Week.
Week Twenty Five: Don’t buy bottled water if your tap water is safe to drink/buy a non-toxic reusable water bottle if you don’t already have one
Week Twenty Six: Part 1- Insulate and Weatherize Your Home
Week Twenty Seven: Part 2 – Update or Replace Your Windows.
Week Twenty Eight: Fly Nonstop in Economy Class
Week Twenty Nine: Avoid Plastic Microfibers in Clothing
Week Thirty: Take Care of Your Health
Week Thirty-One: Make Your Hotel Stay Eco-Friendly
Week Thirty-Two: Cancel Junk Mail and Catalogs
Week Thirty-Three: Plastic Free July!
Week Thirty-Four: Air Dry Your Clothes
Week Thirty-Five: Compost at Home
Week Thirty-Six: Let “Mother Nature” Light Your Home
Week Thirty-Seven: Help Kids be Eco-Friendly at School