Want to take action on climate change, but not sure where to start?
Here are six places you can get on with tackling it. For each topic there's something you can do yourself, something you can do with others and a way to take it up a notch.
If you haven't switched to super energy saving LED lightbulbs already, what are you waiting for?!
If you're looking for something you can control which has a big impact on your carbon footprint, look to your belly.
Not everyone has the option of low-carbon transport, but a lot of us do, and more of us could take these opportunities.
From switching energy supplier to joining a community solar or anti-fracking group, we can all play a part.
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One of the best things you can do to tackle climate change is keep up to date with climate change in the news, and talk about it.
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