If you care deeply about feminism, black lives matter or any other equality justice movement then you should care just as deeply about climate change
The fact that the world will warm by 1.5 degrees is almost meaningless to most people – why would I give a shit about that? For non scientists that means zero, zilch, nada, or maybe just nicer summers. We should be preaching instead about how climate change is as much as an environmental turning point as it is a social turning point – that does mean something, to everyone.
The water crisis from climate change will be more than going thirsty, it means war. We don’t need to imagine it – In India it’s already arrived.
With climate change pushing half (half!) of the world’s population into water scarcity (the lack of sufficient, clean drinking water) last year, it is no surprise to see more and more fighting and war over a resource that should be a basic human right.
LILAC housing – Proof that living in the UK can be environmentally friendly, affordable and attractive.
LILAC (Low Impact Living Affordable Community) is a cooperative eco-housing project in Leeds, UK, finished in 2013. With A unique economic model, coupled with an innovative design and community input, LILAC has shown that the act of conscious environmental living isn’t a choice reserved for the middle class.
Are you interested in the climate discussion, but doubt the facts, or are not convinced whether it is worth acting on? These articles are perfect for you.
If you don’t doubt that climate change is important then you might want to check out my other articles:
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