The importance of individual action.
Human activity is damaging our planet and destroying the natural ecosystems we rely on to survive.
We need to change our behaviour and live more sustainably.
However, This current situation is not your fault, and your daily lifestyle is not responsible for the problems we face. You are just one person who lives in a much bigger system. Governments and corporations are responsible for some of the most damaging practices on our planet today. They control the system we live in, and it is this system that needs to change.
You might be wondering what you can do to help. And that is what this Environmentally Conscious is for.
This website is for you, to show you how to reduce your impact on the environment. From the big stuff, to the little actions that might feel insignificant - but when they scale up can have big impacts. It has a detailed list of everything you can do to lower your carbon footprint. Broken down to make it as easy as possible.
We learn more and more about this topic every day; it can be hard to keep up. But with the below advice you can drastically improve your environmental impact, and more importantly, you can send a message to the companies responsible. You can be a change maker and use your money and actions as a market signal to influence up to Government.
Don't see these things as your responsibility, see them as opportunities to create change. Actions that will leverage up and challenge those who have create this unsustainable system.
We know there is a lot, but that is the point. There is so much you can do to make a difference.
Roll over the images below to find out more.
The Big Stuff
If you only do a few things, make these your priority.
Show Me The Money
It's time to put your money where your mouth is and act.
In The Kitchen
You are what you eat, so eat sustainably.
Home, Sweet Home
This is the place you spend most of your time, and it's the place where you might be having the biggest impact.